Reference numberNLB/30/249
Alternative reference numberNLB/30 p150
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to the Superintendent of African Protectorates, Foreign Office, S.W.
Date20 February 1905
DescriptionAt the direction of the Tropical Diseases Committee Harrison sends herewith the manuscript of a report by Captain Greig and Lieutenant Gray [not enclosed], of the work of the Sleeping Sickness Commission in Uganda. Hopes the Superintendent will see his way to printing it. With the text are two maps and two coloured plates. Two more coloured plates are being drawn and shall be sent on in a day or two. It is hoped the report can be printed in a size uniform with the preceding reports, encloses a copy of the last of these for comparison [not enclosed].

Greig is prepared to see the matter through the press and will be in town for a few days from now in case any preliminary references to him with regard to the manuscript is required. It is hoped that it may be found practicable to issue the report at an early date. Provides Greig's address.
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