Reference numberNLB/29/814
Alternative reference numberNLB/29 p457
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to C A Mathew, 17 Park Side, Woodford Green
Date14 December 1904
DescriptionRegarding their letter and enclosure from R L Johnston, upon the Berber dialect of southern Morocco, Harrison has since received a letter from Johnston expressing the wish to communicate the paper to the Royal Society. He does not appear to understand the scope of the Royal Society, which is almost exclusively devoted to natural science. He should try the African Society, or the British Academy.
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