Reference numberMS/425/148
TitleCopy letter, James Hudson, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society, to [Thomas] Willement
Date9 June 1832
DescriptionInforming Willement that there has been a portfolio and drawing board left at the Royal Society, ever since the production of an illuminated vellum leaf [the Royal page for William IV in the Royal Society's Charter Book]. Hudson asks him to nominate someone to collect it.

With a note: 'See Lre. no.14'.
Extent1p. [p.64]
Physical descriptionOn paper
Access statusOpen
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