Reference numberMC/5/42
TitleLetter from Aug [Augustus] Stafford, Admiralty, to the Earl of Rosse, [President of the Royal Society], Castle Parsonstown
Date26 April 1852
DescriptionDenying the Society's request that the Admiralty cover the expense of printing a memoir with illustrations of a survey of the tides in the North Sea and the Channel by Captain [Frederick William] Beechey.

[Responded to by Samuel Hunter Christie, secretary, on 13 May 1852.]
[Contemporary place name: Birr Castle]
Access statusOpen
Related records in the catalogueMS/426/466
Fellows associated with this archive
NA8084Parsons; William (1800 - 1867); 3rd Earl of Rosse1800 - 1867
NA5564Beechey; Frederick William (1796 - 1856); naval officer and hydrographer1796 - 1856
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