Reference numberNLB/33/738
Alternative reference numberNLB/33 p437
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Dr George Reid, Bree Hill, Stafford
Date29 October 1906
DescriptionIn reply to Reid's letter of 28 October it is customary to limited each person to about ten or fifteen minutes for the reading of their paper. The President always invites discussion after a paper has been read, and in many cases the Fellows avail themselves of this opportunity. Ladies are admitted to the oridinary meetings of the Society on the introduction of a Fellow of the Society by the President's leave.
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