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Reference numberDM/2/114
LevelItem
TitleReceipt for redemption money and portrait of Sir Humphry Davy
Date28 June 1830
DescriptionThe sum of £20 16s 9d was the figure left unpaid after all the goods of Robert Newton, seized for rent, had been sold, excepting the Portrait of Sir Humphry Davy, which had been lent to Newton and redeemed by the Royal Society.
Extent1 side
FormatManuscript
Access statusOpen
Access conditionsOPEN - but photocopying forbidden.
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