Reference numberNLB/37/728
Alternative reference numberNLB/37 p429
TitleCopy letter from Archibald Geikie, to The Secretaries The Linnean Society
Date5 May 1908
Your invitation to the Royal Society to nominate a representative to attend the meeting and reception by the Linnean Society on July 1, in celebration of the Jubilee of the reading of the joint essay by Charles Darwin and Alfred Russell Wallace "On the tendency of species to form varieties" &c., was laid before the Council at their meeting last week, and I have to inform you that the President will be pleased to represent the Royal Society on this occasion.'
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Fellows associated with this archive
NA8196Darwin; Charles Robert (1809 - 1882); naturalist1809 - 1882
NA6632Wallace; Alfred Russel (1823 - 1913)1823 - 1913
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