Reference numberMC/3/225
TitleLetter from [John Henry] Pelly, Hudson's Bay Room, to the Marquis of Northampton, [President of the Royal Society]
Date7 June 1842
DescriptionRegarding the Council's request for a passage for Lieutenant Lefroy through land occupied by the Hudson's Bay Company as part of the magnetic survey in North America. Pelly reports the Board of Director's decision to assist Lefroy in any way possible.
[Read by Council on 9 June 1842.]
Access statusOpen
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Fellows associated with this archive
NA2531Pelly; Sir; John Henry (1777 - 1852)1777 - 1852
NA2272Compton; Spencer Joshua Alwyne (1790 - 1851); 2nd Marquess of Northampton1790 - 1851
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