Reference numberMS/427/444
Alternative reference numberMS/427 p88
TitleCopy letter from [Thomas Henry] Huxley, President of the Royal Society; to Evan Macgregor, Admiralty
Date16 July 1885
DescriptionInforms of the decision not to call a meeting of the Board of Visitors to Greenwich Observatory until after the summer recess. Explains the Admiralty is not pressing for an immediate answer and the members will appreciate time to consider the issue. Informs that a copy of the letter from the Admiralty will be send to the members. [See MS/427/443]
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