Reference numberMS/426/286
Alternative reference numberMS/426 p91
TitleCopy letter from [the Secretary of] the Royal Society; to Henry Garling
Date25 October 1847
DescriptionReplies that the relic mentioned [Isaac Newtons's lock of hair] would be highly valuable to the Royal Society. Does not understand if Henry Farling wishes to present the hair to the Society, or to dispose of it. If the later, will lay the matter to the Council. [See S/0050 and MS/426/288]
Access statusOpen
Related records in the catalogueS/0050
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