Record

Reference numberNLB/27/195
Alternative reference numberNLB/27 p114
LevelItem
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to H J Read, Colonial Office
Date17 July 1903
DescriptionIn reply to Read's of the 14 July, the Society are not printing the memorandum by Drs [John William Watson] Stephens and [Samuel Rickard] Christophers which is included in the Colonial Office papers lately published. The report which Stephens and Christophers have furnished to the Society is a condensed summary of the scientific results, which will form part of the eighth and he presumes, final number of the Malaria Reports. It was decided by the Committee yesterday that the report by Captain James on the Mian Mir experiment should be published and this will form part of the eighth number.

Christophers and Stephens had leave to publish the memorandum to which Read's letter refers and Harrison believes they have done so in one of the medical papers.

Is sending to Mr Atchley a parcel containing the additional copies of all the Malaria Reports which he has asked for, and takes it for granted that these are all that will be required, as he has now ordered the type to be distributed.
Extent1p
FormatCarbon
Physical descriptionTypescript
Access statusOpen
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