Reference numberNLB/67/931
Alternative reference numberNLB/67 p499
TitleCopy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr [Robert William] Innes Smith; Don House, Brightside, Sheffield
Date20 April 1925
DescriptionIn reply to Dr [Robert William] Innes Smith's enquiry, encloses a list of all communications made by Dr James Mounsey to the Royal Society. Discusses whether Mounsey introduced the seeds of rheum palmatum to Britain, and directs Innes Smith to Dr John Hope's paper on the subject.
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Fellows associated with this archive
NA5807Mounsey; James (1700 - 1773)1700 - 1773
NA598Hope; John (1725 - 1786); botanist and physician1725 - 1786
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