Reference numberNLB/42/180
Alternative reference numberNLB/42 p113
TitleCopy letter from John Rose Bradford, Sec RS to The Under Secretary of State, Colonial Office
Date20 April 1910
With reference to Mr Fiddes' letter of the 15th instant (10210/1910) I am directed to inform you that the Tropical Diseases Committee of the Royal Society at a recent meeting agreed to supervise such further researches as may be undertake at the Laboratory in Uganda which the investigations proposed to be in-trusted to Dr Carpenter, as mentioned in the letter under reference, will be included.
I have received a letter from Dr Carpenter and hope to arrange an interview with him for an early date. In the meantime the Royal Society's Committee are taking steps to draw up a scheme of investigation for Dr Carpenter to pursue when he reaches Uganda.'
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