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A New Meter for Electric Currents

Nature volume 24, page 335 | Download Citation

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IN NATURE, vol. xxiv. pp. 294–5, you notice a new meter for electric currents, giving a description which is fairly correct for a slight sketch, and attributing the invention to Mr. Edison. The invention, however, is not American, but English, and, as the inventor, I think myself entitled to whatever credit this entirely novel system may merit. My patent rights for America have been purchased of me, and the invention will be shortly in use in New York.

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    • JOHN T. SPRAGUE

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