Reference numberNLB/39/752
Alternative reference numberNLB/39 p463
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to The Secretary, The Italian Embassy
Date5 March 1909
DescriptionHarrison writes about a letter the Royal Society received from Sac. D. Attilio Gabrielli of Velletri stating that he had received communication from the "Academy of Science" informing him he had had conferred upon him a title. Harrison believes the this matter was an attempt to obtain money under false pretences and he gives the Secretary the address from which this comunication came.
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