Reference numberMC/5/82
TitleLetter from Frederick Manning, London, to [Thomas Bell and Samuel Hunter Christie], the Secretaries of the Royal Society
Date3 February 1853
DescriptionRegarding his uncle Charles Turnor's bequest to the Royal Society. The bequest contains a collection of drawings, memoirs, some medals, and other articles in a list, as well as an illustration of Isaac Newton. Manning makes particular mention of his father [Edmund] and uncle's work on the 'History of the Soke of Grantham'.
Access statusOpen
Related materialRCN: R66555
RCN: R64969
Related records in the catalogueMC/5/91
Fellows associated with this archive
NA2870Turnor; Charles (1768 - 1853)1768 - 1853
NA7505Bell; Thomas (1792 - 1880)1792 - 1880
NA8168Christie; Samuel Hunter (1784 - 1865); mathematician1784 - 1865
NA8414Newton; Sir; Isaac (1642 - 1727); natural philosopher and mathematician1642 - 1727
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