Reference numberMC/5/357
TitleLetter from R D L Ward [?], with the Bombay Civil Service, 60 Toison D'Or, Brussels, to the Secretary of the Royal Society, London
Date11 September 1858
DescriptionAccusing Robert William Sievier of defrauding him of £1,100 and other people of similar sums. Ward [?] accuses him of selling a patent which he knew was not his, about a new way of producing sugar from beetroot.

[The letter covers two papers, the second of which is labelled MC/5/357a within the volume.]
Access statusOpen
Related records in the catalogueMC/5/360b
Fellows associated with this archive
NA7153Sievier; Robert William (1794 - 1865)1794 - 1865
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