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Trevithick Centenary Commemorations

Nature volume 131, pages 609610 (29 April 1933) | Download Citation



DURING the past week, many tributes have been paid to the memory of Trevithick, the great Cornish inventor and engineer. On April 24 Prof. C. E. Inglis delivered the memorial lecture, at the invitation of the Trevithick Centenary Commemoration Committee, in the theatre of the Institution of Civil Engineers, by kind permission of the council. Sir Murdoch MacDonald, the president of the Institution and the chairman of the Committee, was in the chair.

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