Reference numberNLB/17/70
Alternative reference numberNLB/17 p39
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to the Honorary Secretaries of the Linnean Society
Date12 July 1898
DescriptionAt the last Council the Honorary Secretaries application for a grant in aid of the publication of the following papers was presented: Dr Charles Immanuel Forysth Major, 'Of Fossil Lagomorphous Rodentia' and Dr Elliot Smith, 'On the Anatomy of the Brain in Edentata'. Council have resolved to grant £100 from the Publication Fund to the Linnean Society in aid of these papers and a cheque shall be forwarded on application.

At the same Council the Secretaries letter relating to the publication of the section 'Peridiniaceae' of Messrs Murray & Blackman's paper was read, and it was agreed to vote £80 from the Publication Fund in aid of the publication of this paper if the Linnean Society will undertake to publish it.
Physical descriptionTypescript
Access statusOpen
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NA2167Major; Charles Immanuel Forsyth (1843 - 1923); physician1843 - 1923
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