Excerpt from A New System of Electric Clocks: Its Principles and "Advantages"
A few years ago, when my fundamentally new system of Time Telegraphs, new both in device and action, was first made known through the Journal of the Franklin Institute; and the various publications ... devoted to electrical subjects, especially those of Europe, universally opened their columns for its favorable consideration, I resolved to devote my time and labor to a further development and perfection of such arrangement in Time Telegraphy as had been heretofore either defective in device or too intricate in mechanical construction, and therefore not easily maintainable by any except a thoroughly schooled attendant.
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