Reference numberNLB/2/176
Alternative reference numberNLB/2 p123
TitleCopy letter from Herbert Rix, to J H Durrant, Merton Hall, Thetford
Date13 February 1888
DescriptionReponse to Durrant's letter of 9 February in which he states that Lord Walsingham has received no publications from the Royal Society, Rix encloses [not included] a document that shows their publisher's have regularly posted 'Proceedings of the Royal Society' to Eaton Square, but asks that they be informed if they should be posted to Merton Hall instead. 'Philosophical Transactions' will be posted when Durrant returns the circular to specify the form in which the publication is preferred.
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