|Description||In reply to letter, Harrison is unable to supply any further information regarding the International Catalogue and its conferences. Also does not have the power to send an invitation for the first conference, as requested, because the invitations to the governments were not issued by the Royal Society but by the [British] government. Discusses the draft resolutions of the conference in 1896. |
The schemes of classification for the different sciences were prepared after the first conferences and under the direction of the Committee of the Royal Society, the report of which Harrison has already sent.