Sent by Alfred Russel Wallace, 9 St Mark's Crescent, Regent's Park, NW to John Hampden [none given] on 25 January .
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Hampden, John. (1870). Is Water Level Or Convex After All? The Bedford Canal Swindle Detected & Exposed, Etc. [With Reference to the Controversy Between John Hampden and Alfred Russel Wallace.].. Alfred Bull. 1-17. [p. 15]
Transcriber: Smith, Charles Hyde
Transcription date: February 4, 2013
Scrutiny: 05/02/2013 - Catchpole, Caroline;
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[]1 [p. 15]
"9, St. Mark's Crescent, N.W.,
"Dear Sir,--Your wish to have a second referee is quite reasonable, and I accede to it at once, only stipulating that he shall not be a personal acquaintance of your own, and shall be a man in some public position as Editor, Author, Engineer, &c.
"Foggy weather would render the experiment impossible. I should therefore wish that if they are prevented by weather, the time named by you may be extended a month.
"Yours very faithfully,
"ALFRED R. WALLACE."
1. Editor Charles H. Smith's Note: A set of eight letters from Wallace to flat-earther John Hampden, concerning the Bedford Canal experiment. Also included is their Memorandum of Agreement. These constituted the last several pages of a pamphlet by Hampden (?) entitled Is Water Level or Convex After All
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