Reference numberNLB/35/241
Alternative reference numberNLB/35 p160
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to the Dean of Westminster
Date3 May 1907
DescriptionHarrison acknowledges his note of 30 April, but writes to clarify what he meant in his letter of 12 April. Before bringing the matter before the Council of the Royal Society he wishes, having received two reports about the poor state of repair of the monument of Sir Isaac Newton, to have an authoritative statement from the Dean, or a delegated officer, about the truth or otherwise of the allegations.
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