Reference numberMS/756/56
TitleDraft letters from Michael Foster, Royal Society to the First Commisioner of Works and Lieutenant Colonel Donnelly, Science and Art department
Date25 May 1882
DescriptionFront: acknowledges the receipt of a letter explaining the conditions under which Her Majesty's sanction had been given to the continuance of the occupation of the observatory at Kew by the Royal Society and states that the Society accepts these conditions. Back: acknowledges the receipt of a letter containing papers referring to the proposed electrotechnical experiments in Munich. Informs that these papers have been laid before the Council of the Royal Society.
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