Reference numberNLB/17/775
Alternative reference numberNLB/17 p492
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Henry Young, The Royal Institution
Date19 December 1898
DescriptionAsks if the telegraphic address printed on the Royal Institution paper is a registered address or whether they simply find it sufficient as a telegraphic address for general use without registration at the General Post Office. Asks as he has lately been in correspondence with the Post Office on the subject of registering a telegraphic address for the Royal Society, and has met with many difficulties in obtaining a suitable one.
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