|Letter from H.C. Lang, 136 Fetter Lane, London, to Sir John Frederick William Herschel, Secretary of the Royal Society
|16 May 1827
|Requesting a response or acknowledgement from the Society on the potential value and capabilities of the manufacture of silk by British silk worms. He references a delivery of the product made to the Society at Somerset House on 15 August 1825 for which he received no response.
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|Herschel; Sir; John Frederick William (1792 - 1871); astronomer
|1792 - 1871