Reference numberNLB/5/73
Alternative reference numberNLB/5 p28
TitleCopy letter from John Evans, to Messrs Few & Company
Date6 March 1891
Description'Dear Sirs,
I return Messrs Barlee's letter together with one from the Meterorological Office. There appears to be no objection to the sale of the land to the Railway provided that access to the review is preserved, and I am told that this is done - You will note what Mr Scott says with regard to Trinity College, Dublin.
Yours faitly [faithfully]
John Evans
Treas RS [Treasurer, Royal Society'.
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