Reference numberNLB/42/101
Alternative reference numberNLB/42 p63
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to James Moore-Williams, Duffryn, Parkstons Avenue, Penn Hill, Parkstone, RSO
Date29 March 1910
DescriptionJoseph Larmor have requested that Harrison reply to Moore-Williams' letter. Fellowship of the Royal Society can only be attained by election and every candidate promoted by Fellkow of the Society by means of a Certificate stating the qualifications of each candidate and signed by a minimum of 6 Fellows. The nevst annual election for which candidates can be proposed will take place in 1911, so that there is ample time for the promotion of any new candidate.
Harrison returned Moore-Williams' cheque for £50, the amount of the composition fee of a Fellow, which can only be received from a elected Fellow.
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