Reference numberMC/4/102
TitleLetter from Robert Lee, 4 Saville Row, to the [Marquis of Northampton] President of the Royal Society and to the Council
Date1 December 1845
DescriptionProtesting the Society's decision to award the Royal Medal to [Thomas Snow] Beck for his work on the nerves of the uterus. Lee lays out multiple reasons for his opposition and references his own work on the nervous system of the uterus, which had not been similarly commended.

[Read at Council on 1 December 1845.]
[The letter is on two papers, the second is labelled MC/4/101a within the volume.]

[The previous number in this sequence MC/4/100 is not present.]
Access statusOpen
Related records in the catalogueCMP/1/200
Fellows associated with this archive
NA7647Beck; Thomas Snow (1814 - 1877)1814 - 1877
NA7572Lee; Robert (1793 - 1877)1793 - 1877
NA2272Compton; Spencer Joshua Alwyne (1790 - 1851); 2nd Marquess of Northampton1790 - 1851
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