Reference numberNLB/4/909
Alternative reference numberNLB/4 p377
TitleCopy letter from Herbert Rix, to Reverend William George Searle, Hockington Vicarage, Cambridge
Date24 November 1890
DescriptionRix is sorry to report he knows nothing about the manuscript about which Searle's enquires except that it is among many which were transferred to the British Museum and which were originally presented to the Royal Society in 1666-1667 by Henry Howard, second son of Henry, Earl of Arundel. Serale will find an account of the transfer of the manuscripts in Weld's 'History of the Royal Society', volume two, page 449.
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