Reference numberMC/8/151
TitleLetter from Jas [James] Hingston, 76 Chancery Lane, Melbourne, Victoria, to the Secretary of the Royal Society, London
Date3 March 1868
DescriptionRegarding a bequest to the Society of £250 per year intended as a prize for the best essay on the immortality of the soul. Hingston suggests it might be called the 'Johnson's Trust'.
Access statusOpen
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