Reference numberMS/427/177
Alternative reference numberMS/427 p35
TitleCopy letter from [William] Spottiswoode, President of the Royal Society; to Col. [John] Donnelly R.E., Science and Art Department [South Kensington]
Date17 April 1882
DescriptionIn relation to the unexpended balance voted by Scientific Research for the Year 1881-2, states the Committee has been unable to meet due to negotiations with the treasury over the proposed annual grants. Therefore Col. Donnelly can come to an arrangement for the amount which was originally £20,000 contemplated in the Duke of Richmond and Gordon's Letter.
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