Reference numberNLB/39/604
Alternative reference numberNLB/39 p365
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to The Postmaster, Church Place, Piccadilly, W
Date12 February 1909
DescriptionHarrison regrets to have to complain again about the delivery of a telegram. The messenger demanded that it be opened in his presence but the porter refused, the messenger then refused, despite it being intended for the Royal Society, to leave the telegram and it was only delivered this morning.
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