Reference numberNLB/14/115
Alternative reference numberNLB/14 p65
TitleDraft letter from an unknown correspondent, to the Physiology Committee
Date[7 January 1897]
DescriptionIn order to secure a quorum at their Committee meetings, the Chairman asks that members of the Physiology Committe mark on the enclosed form the hours they are most likely to be free to attend the meetings, and provide alternative days with an indication of preference for the one most convenient for them. The days which are unavailable due to Royal Society Council meetings are 28 January, 18 February, 18 March, 8 April, 13 and 20 May, 17 June and 1 July.
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