He then became for a time (1844) a railway engineer, and in 1847 a teacher at Queenwood College, Hants.
While he was still lecturing on natural philosophy at Queenwood College, his magnetic investigations made him known in the higher circles of the scientific world, and through the initiative of Sir E.
In 1847 he was appointed science-master at Queenwood school, Hampshire, where he first met J.
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