Reference numberNLB/46/324
Alternative reference numberNLB/46 p194
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to F W Leith Ross, 10 Downing Street, S.W.
Date10 July 1912
DescriptionThe President wishes to place no limit upon Mr [Herbert Henry] Asquith in the matter of his speech, but suggests that sometime about twenty minutes would seem appropriate. The toasts will be in the order: The King, The Queen and the rest of the Royal Family, the Royal Society, Universities at home and abroad, Learned Socieites in the Old and New Worlds, City of London.
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