Reference numberMS/426/703
Alternative reference numberMS/426 p160
TitleCopy letter from W [William] Sharpey, Secretary of the Royal Society; to Geo [George] A Hamilton Esq, Treasury
Date17 December 1860
DescriptionInforms the subject of the Fine Arts Society holding their Soiree in the apartments of Burlington house has already been placed in front of the President and Council, through Sir James Clark. Explains that after much consideration, it was decided not to accede to the request, as it would cause too much inconvenience. [See MS/426/691]
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