Reference numberMM/10/173
Title'Remarks on the manner in which the Stations adjacent to Singapore might be surveyed, with little, if any expense to Government', by GM Elliot, Singapore Observatory
DescriptionA proposal by Elliot to carry out magnetic observations in the area around Singapore (he includes Malacca and Penang as suggested provinces to visit).

Elliot describes the costs involved and also the need to have someone remain in charge of Singapore Observatory during his absence.
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