Reference numberNLB/59/815
Alternative reference numberNLB/59 p451
TitleCopy letter from Edwin Deller, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Sir [Edward] Denison Ross; School of Oriental Studies, Finsbury Square, E.C.
Date16 November 1920
DescriptionInforms Sir [Edward] Denison Ross that the Society have some books which are not scientific enough to be kept in their Library. Notes that there are two which may be of interest to Sir Denison Ross, 'Introduction to the Grammar of the Tibetan Language' (Sarat Chandra Das) and 'Inscription of the Madras Presidency' (V. Rangacharya).
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