Reference numberMC/1/20
TitleLetter from Jérome Stroynowski, Recteur de l'Université Impériale de Wilny, to the Fellows of the Royal Society
Date12 August 1803
DescriptionRegarding the University's recent name change into the Imperial University of Vilnius by Alexander I of Russia, with a request for support and collaboration from the Royal Society on the new developments in academia and science within the Russian Empire.

Alternative versions of creator's name include Hieronymus and Hieronim.
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