Reference numberNLB/3/521
Alternative reference numberNLB/3 p270
TitleCopy letter from Herbert Rix, to D H Shuttleworth-Brown, Belle Vue Villa, South Wimbledon
Date2 July 1889
DescriptionRix acknowledges receipt of Brown's letter and inclosure, but states that papers intended for reading before the Royal Society have to be communicated by a Fellow of the Royal Society. His letter will be laid before the Secretaries of the Society, however, Rix states that the answer required by the letter is unclear, but that he hopes the subject being brought to the attention of the officers will be enough.
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