Reference numberNLB/65/468
Alternative reference numberNLB/65 p256
TitleCopy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; sent to The Times; The Morning Post; The Daily Telegraph; Nature; the Press Association
Date5 November 1923
DescriptionSends a list of those recommended for election to the Council of the Royal Society at the Anniversary Meeting on 30 November.
President - Sir Charles Sherrington
Treasurer - Sir David Prain
Secretaries - Mr [William Bate] Hardy and Mr [James Hopwood] Jeans
Foreign Secretary - Sir Arthur Schuster
Other members of the Council: Sir Frederick Andrewes, Professor [Charles Glover] Barkla, Sir William Bragg, Professor [William Ernest] Dalby, Professor [Arthur Stanley] Eddington, Professor [Thomas Renton] Elliott, Professor [Edwin Stephen] Goodrich, Sir Sidney Harmer, Sir Thomas Holland, Sir Frederick [William] Keeble, Professor [Thomas Ralph] Merton, Professor [Hugh Frank] Newall, Professor [Diarmid] Noel Paton, Dr [Alexander] Scott, Mr F. E. Smith, Professor [Jocelyn Field] Thorpe.
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