Reference numberNLB/59/258
Alternative reference numberNLB/59 p144
TitleCopy letter from William Bate Hardy, Secretary of the Royal Society; to Egerton Grey Esquire; Biochemical Laboratory, Cambridge
Date5 August 1920
DescriptionComments that some of the articles included in Mr. Egerton Grey's account of his apparatus, like the cork borers, files and ordinary retort stands, are not of a kind which the grant was intended to cover. Also highlights the fact that the total sum of the grant was £100, which Mr. Grey exceeds in his account.
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