Reference numberNLB/53/599
Alternative reference numberNLb/53 p398
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to unknown correspondent
Date07 November 1916
Description'Notes of a converstaion with Mr. Maclaren, Military Representative in reply to my letter of November 6th.
I repeated to Mr. Maclren what the recruiting officer at Fulham had told me and Mr. Maclaren gave it as his opinion that the wisest course to pursue in the case of Fitzgerald was to do nothing at present; and that in the event of his having a further call to the Colours, he would, as an attested man, still have the right to appeal within seven days of the call.'
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