APA Citation

Brunel, M. I., & Daniell, J. F. 1. (1841). As the electric telegraph has recently attracted a considerable share of public attention, our friends, Messrs. Cooke and Wheatstone, have been put to some inconvenience, by a misunderstanding which has prevailed respecting their relative positions in connexion with the invention. London: W. Lewis and Son, printers.

Chicago Style Citation

Brunel, Marc Isambard, and J. Frederic 1790-1845 Daniell. As the Electric Telegraph Has Recently Attracted a Considerable Share of Public Attention, Our Friends, Messrs. Cooke and Wheatstone, Have Been Put to Some Inconvenience, By a Misunderstanding Which Has Prevailed Respecting Their Relative Positions in Connexion With the Invention. London: W. Lewis and Son, printers, 1841.

MLA Citation

Brunel, Marc Isambard, and J. Frederic 1790-1845 Daniell. As the Electric Telegraph Has Recently Attracted a Considerable Share of Public Attention, Our Friends, Messrs. Cooke and Wheatstone, Have Been Put to Some Inconvenience, By a Misunderstanding Which Has Prevailed Respecting Their Relative Positions in Connexion With the Invention. London: W. Lewis and Son, printers, 1841.

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