Reference numberNLB/10/1017
Alternative reference numberNLB/10 p488
TitleCopy letter from Herbert Rix, to Syad Muhammad Latif, Khan Bahadur, Jallandhar City, Panjab, India
Date26 March 1895
DescriptionIn reply to Latif's letter of the 4 [March], elections to the Royal Society are limited to 15 each year of the most eminent men who have made discoveries in natural science. The average candidature is over 70. No variation is made from the regulations set forth in the inclosed circular [not attached].

The book so kindly presented to the library of the Society will be placed upon their shelves and Latif will receive official acknowledgement.
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