Reference numberNLB/58/214
Alternative reference numberNLB/58 p116
TitleCopy letter from Edwin Deller, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to William Bate Hardy Esquire, Secretary of the Royal Society
Date27 March 1920
DescriptionAsks for Mr. William Bate Hardy's approval on a number of points, namely: the date set for the Croonian Lecture, whether Brierley's paper, 'A form of botrytis cinerea', should be pushed forward for printing, the need to obtain the opinion if the Geology Committee on Gregory's paper via correspondence, and whether Curtis's paper can await a meeting of the Botany Committee.
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