Reference numberMS/251/273
TitleLetter from Professor Sir Richard Owen at College of Surgeons to Miss Buckland
DescriptionDated 31 January
States any of the attendants will direct her to Mr Hawkins (not poor deaf H's) office and department and he will do the honours of it and the palace with much pleasure. He is sure to a Buckland he shall be glad to have her message when he gets home to Mrs Owen who if she were here would reciprocate her kindly greetings.
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