Reference numberMS/426/31
Alternative reference numberMS/426 p19
TitleCopy letter from [John William] Lubbock, Treasurer of the Royal Society; to the Earl of Lincoln [Henry Pelham-Clinton], Whitehall Place
Date12 January 1841
DescriptionRegarding the building at Kew which the government has placed in the hands of the Royal Society. Asks Lincoln if the subject in the letter received could be forwarded to Sir Robertson. Informs that Lubbock intends to drive down to Kew that afternoon. The Council will meet tomorrow, where Lubbock will be anxious to settle details of the building in terms of the payment of taxes, rates and repairs.
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