|Alternative reference number||NLB/44 p190|
|Title||Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to G R Mather, Wellingborough|
|Date||14 June 1911|
|Description||In reply to Mather's letter of yesterday Harrison sent a telegram this morning to say that tomorrow is a bad day for Mather to come here [Burlington House] as it is the meeting day for the Croonian lecture and it is the Soiree tonight. |
Harrison has no power to receive any paper intended to be read before the Society unless it is communicated by a Fellow of the Royal Society. A first step should be for Mather to place himself in communication with a Fellow.