|Alternative reference number||NLB/21 p437|
|Title||Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Dr John William Watson Stephens, [Fellow of the Royal Society], 7 Quay Street, Camarthan|
|Date||10 January 1901|
|Description||Does not know if Sir Michael Foster has written to Stephens personally or not in reply to Stephens' letter of 5 January, but in case he has not, Harrison wishes to state that Foster seems to concur with Stephens' suggestion as to resuming the investigation abroad towards the end of next month, and in the meantime carrying out the work Stephens proposes. |
Asks to know when Stephens is in a position to lay before the [malaria] Committee a definite statement of the further investigations he proposes.
The Committee wish Stephens and Dr Christophers to converse with Major Rose as to the most suitable place for carrying out the experiments Rose proposes.
Fellows associated with this archive
|NA1740||Stephens; John William Watson (1865 - 1946)||1865 - 1946|