Reference numberMC/1/347
TitleLetter from John David Roberton, Deputy Assistant of the Royal Society, to [Prince Augustus Frederick], President of the Royal Society
Date3 December 1831
DescriptionRegarding Robertson's potential displacement from his role as Assistant within the Society and expanding on any potentially necessary explanations.
[On a separate page (1p) enclosed with this item is a copy of a letter signed by William Nokes [?] to John David Robertson offering assistance relating to this matter. It is labelled within the volume as MC/1/347a].
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Related records in the catalogueMC/1/346
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NA8707Gilbert; Davies (1767-1839)1767-1839
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