Reference numberNLB/43/683
Alternative reference numberNLB/43 p422
TitleCopy letter from John Rose Bradford, to Professor Thomas Gregor Brodie, Fellow of the Royal Society
Date9 March 1911
DescriptionThe Government Grant Physiology Board at their meeting yesterday requested Bradford to write to Brodie officially with regard to a report due from him on 1 January last which has not been received. He will remember in March 1910 a letter was sent to him stating that the unexpended balance (£36.0.3) of a grant made out to him in 1908 might be devoted to the various researches mentioned in his communication of 24 January 1910. Bardford is informed that two applications for a report have been apparently ignored. The Board therefore resolved that as he did not send the report, he shall return the full sum of the grant.
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