Reference numberMS/123/7
TitleLetter from James Hudson to John George Children, British Museum, London
Date14 November 1832
DescriptionInforms Children that Sir John Leslie was fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, not the Royal Society of London. Notes that in Scotland 'the Royal Society' usually refers to that of Edinburgh. Reports that the time set for the meeting of the auditors in the previous year was four but that this was found to be too early. Promises to send off some [unspecified] letters without delay.
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NA3175Children; John George (1777 - 1852); chemist1777 - 1852
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