Reference numberMM/22/93
TitleLetter from Edward Smith to the Secretary of the Royal Society
Date11 November 1907
DescriptionSmith thanks the Secretary for his note and writes that there is no immediate hurry for his attention in the matter [of his question regarding Joseph Banks].

Smith also asks a question regarding A W Cooper, who was black-balled about April 1907, Banks writes to a friend who has remonstrated [Cooper] but the name of Bank's correspondent does not appear.

Letter also includes a list of Smith's publication attached.
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