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Earth-Currents and the Electric Railway

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A WELL-MARKED case of interference with the earth-currents recorded at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, due apparently to the working of the new Electric Railway, having recently been experienced, of which some account might prove to be interesting to electricians, the Astronomer-Royal has kindly allowed me to communicate for publication in NATURE some particulars in regard thereto.

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