Mr. Bedford Mcneill

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    IT is with regret that we announce the death on September 18, due to cerebral haemorrhage, of Mr. Bedford McNeill, the well-known mining engineer, at fifty-five years of age. Apart from his high reputation as a mining engineer, Mr. McNeill's name was almost a household word in* connection with the telegraphic code compiled by him, which was issued originally in 1893, and in an enlarged and revised form in 1908. This code is employed almost without exception by mining-companies and engineers, to whose use it was specially dedicated, and other business men have found it extremely practical for cable communications.

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    Mr. Bedford Mcneill . Nature 98, 94 (1916) doi:10.1038/098094a0

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