Reference numberMC/5/298
TitleLetter from H R Drury, War Office, Pall Mall, to the Secretary of the Royal Society
Date14 September 1857
DescriptionForwarding communication from His Royal Highness the General Commanding in Chief regarding the days on which the large room at Burlington House is needed for entrance exams for the army. Drury also references potential alteration works at Burlington House.

[Enclosure is present, has an extent of 1p, and is labelled within the volume MC/5/298a.]
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Related records in the catalogueMC/5/294
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