Reference numberCD/49/14
TitleLetter from W. Mansell Merry, Lincoln College, Oxford, to the President of the Royal Society
Date29 November 1904
DescriptionRefers to the communication between the Royal Society and Professor [Herbert Hall] Turner of the Oxford University Observatory, regarding printing the Oxford portion of the [International] Astrographic Catalogue. Forwards a form of decree, on behalf of the Vice Chancellor: that if the Stationary Office will pay half the cost of printing the Oxford portion of the [International] Astrographic Catalogue, then as long as the overall total does not exceed £1400, Oxford University will pay the other half.
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