Excerpt from A Reply to Mr. Cooke's Pamphlet, "the Electric Telegraph; Was It Invented by Professor Wheatstone?"
It was not till Mr. Wheatstone had reached this stage in his progress to a practical result, which be sub sequently attained on the plan thus announced, that Mr. C... ooke introduced himself to Mr. Wheatstone, on the occasion mentioned in page 20 of his pamphlet; and he then came, as he states, to consult Professor Wheat stone, by the advice of Dr. Roget, who immediately re ferred him to Mr. Wheatstone, as to one who was known to be engaged in experiments of this description, and who possessed the means of answering Mr. Cooke's inquiries.
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