Reference numberMC/8/65
TitleLetter from John Wilson, Bombay, to [Walter White], Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society
Date9 July 1867
DescriptionEnclosing his subscription payment to the Society. Wilson also discusses his worry and theory about the lack of communication from [David] Livingstone. Wilson does not believe the reports from some of Livingstone's companions that he had been murdered and is convinced that he has decided to explore the Lake Country.

[Enclosure not present.]
[Place name: Mumbai]
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA5849Wilson; John (1804 - 1875)1804 - 1875
NA7817Livingstone; David (1813 - 1873)1813 - 1873
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