Reference numberCMB/51/56
TitleCopy, letter from H J Read of the Colonial Office, Downing Street, to the Secretaries of the Royal Society
Date8 May 1913
DescriptionInforms the Tropical Diseases Committee of a telegram from Sir David Bruce: 'Does not agree with advice given by Committee'. Cannot understand why Sir David Bruce should object to the services of an entomologist on the Commission. Proposes that, with respect to the fencing off and destruction of big game in an experiment [in eliminating tsetse fly], a panel of 'men of science and laymen' should be brought to consider the question. p74.
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