Reference numberMC/13/102
TitleLetter from Robt [Robert] Murray Smith, 8 Victoria Chambers, Victoria Street, Westminster, to [Thomas Henry Huxley], President of the Royal Society
CreatorSmith; Robert Murray (1831-1921); Agent-General for Victoria, Australia
Date23 October 1884
DescriptionEnclosing a copy letter from the Premier of Victoria asking for Smith's support of Edward Davey as the discoverer of the principles on which the current electric telegraphy system is founded. Smith encloses further endorsements from the Royal Society of Victoria as well as a newspaper cutting from 'The Argus'.

[Enclosures are present, have an extent of 5p over five papers, and are labelled MC/13/102a-102e within the volume. For reply, see related records.]
Access statusOpen
Related records in the catalogueMC/13/104
Fellows associated with this archive
NA8243Huxley; Thomas Henry (1825 - 1895)1825 - 1895
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