Reference numberMC/4/333
TitleLetter from [John Henry] Pelly, Hudson's Bay House, to the [Earl of Rosse] President of the Royal Society and to the Council
Date14 March 1850
DescriptionRegarding the expense for Sir John Ross' expedition to the Arctic Sea in search of Sir John Franklin and his companions. The cost is estimated at £3,000 and Pelly requests the Royal Society's support in this venture.
Access statusOpen
Related records in the catalogueMS/426/417
Fellows associated with this archive
NA8084Parsons; William (1800 - 1867); 3rd Earl of Rosse1800 - 1867
NA2531Pelly; Sir; John Henry (1777 - 1852)1777 - 1852
NA7486Franklin; Sir; John (1786 - 1847)1786 - 1847
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