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The Institute of Metals

Nature volume 88, pages 427428 (25 January 1912) | Download Citation



THE annual meeting was held in London on January 16 and 17. Owing to sudden illness, the president-designate, Prof. W. Gowland, F.R.S., could not attend, and his address on “Copper and its Alloys in Early Times” (of which we hope to give an account later) was read by the secretary, Mr. G. Shaw Scott. Sir Henry J. Oram, K.C.B., Engineer-in-Chief to the Royal Navy, occupied the chair.

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