|Title||Letter from the Duke of Sussex to unknown recipient|
|Date||12 November 1832|
|Description||Some of the handwriting has not yet been deciphered and this description is therefore incomplete.|
Appears that the letter is to John George Children but this cannot be definitely stated.
The Duke has received two letters and is responding to both. Mentions Mr [Michael] Faraday, [in relation to the award of the Copley Medal for 1832?]. Mentions Captain [Francis] Beaufort who is 'an annoyance'. Asks for details of gentlemen he is to invite to Kensington Palace [?] in relation to the meeting of the Royal Society's auditors.
Fellows associated with this archive
|NA8338||Augustus Frederick (1773 - 1843); Duke of Sussex||1773 - 1843|
|NA8218||Faraday; Michael (1791 - 1867); natural philosopher||1791 - 1867|
|NA5914||Beaufort; Sir; Francis (1774 - 1857); hydrographer||1774 - 1857|