Reference numberMC/5/141
TitleLetter from Saml [Samuel] D Miller, editor of 'The Schoolmaster', Commercial Schoolrooms, Saint John N [New] Brunswick, to the Secretary of the Royal Philosophical Society, London
Date31 January 1854
DescriptionAnnouncing the intention of a newly formed association to connect with the Royal Society. Miller and the group would pay for any incurred expense and request a copy of the Society's rules. They themselves have sent a copy of their publication 'The Schoolmaster' and offer various information for an exchange.

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