Reference numberMC/2/242
TitleLetter from George Grey, Downing Street, to John David Roberton, [Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society]
Date4 March 1837
DescriptionRelaying instructions given to the Governor of Mauritius to purchase on public account the proprietary interests of Captain Lloyd, the Colonial Surveyor General in his observatory. Grey encloses a list of objects remaining in the observatory that belong to the Society and requests permission, on Captain Lloyd's behalf, to leave these in Mauritius.
[Enclosure is present on the separate third page and labelled within the volume as MC/2/242a.]

[Read by Council on 9 March 1837.]
Access statusOpen
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