Reference numberNLB/59/667
Alternative reference numberNLB/59 p369
TitleCopy letter from Edwin Deller, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Charles Tweedie Esquire; Fairfield, Belhaven, Dunbar
Date1 November 1920
DescriptionInforms Mr. Charles Tweedie that the Society have no Lucasian manuscripts in their Library, noting that Lucas was not a Fellow of the Society. Suggests he write to the present Lucasian Professor, Sir [Joseph] Larmor, for the information he requires.
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