Reference numberNLB/14/651
Alternative reference numberNLB/14 p361
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to William Henry Wesley, Royal Astronomical Society
Date14 April 1897
DescriptionEncloses the answer he received from General Tennant to Harrison's own enquiry about Mrs West, and now has just received another card, enclosed, from her [no attachments]. As General Tennant says it is of no use to write to her, Wesley has not attempted to do so, but it is possible the Royal Astronomical Society's President may like to recommend the case, and, as Harrison is not acquainted with him, Harrison asks if Wesley will ascertain the President's views in the matter and let him hear if anything is proposed to be done.
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