Reference numberMC/8/372
TitleLetter from Harry Lobb, 31 Sackville Street, to the Secretary of the Royal Society
Date2 June 1869
DescriptionProtesting the publication of William S Savory's paper on the structure of red blood-corpuscle in the 'Proceedings'. Lobb has also worked on the topic and inquires about the proper procedure of protesting the publication of these results.

[For original paper, see related material.]
Access statusOpen
Related materialRCN: 10.1098/rspl.1868.0066
Related records in the catalogueMC/8/377
Fellows associated with this archive
NA3691Savory; Sir; William Scovell (1826 - 1895)1826 - 1895
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