|Alternative reference number
|Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to H. N. Bottomley Esquire
|30 January 1919
|Informs Mr. H. N. Bottomley that the Society is 'so very fully occupied with its own proper functions' that it cannot respond to his 'general requirements'. Suggests Mr. Bottomley appeal to one of the Professors of Leeds University for advice, who will likely advise him to enrol in a course in Chemistry and work out his theories for himself.