|Alternative reference number||NLB/5 p318|
|Title||Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to the Secretary, British Institute of Preventive Medicine, 19 Iddlesleigh Mansions, Westminster, S.W.|
|Date||14 October 1891|
The Secretaries desire me to say in answer to your letter of the 11th inst. [instant] that you are free to use our Commee [Committee] Room on the Ground Floor on the 22nd inst. after the afternoon meeting, and that the question of continuing this arrangement will be considered by the Officers at their next meeting.
I am, Dear Sir, faithfully yours
Asst Sec RS [Assistant Secretary, Royal Society]'.