Reference numberNLB/69/15
Alternative reference numberNLB/69 p9
TitleCopy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Messrs Brundrett, Randall & Company, 10 King's Bench Walk, E.C.4
Date11 December 1924
DescriptionTitled 'Sir Alexander Bequest'. States that as the bequest was divided among different societies, they had to be contacted before news could be given. The Chemical Society and Institute of Chemistry have decided to transfer shares relating to their portion of their legacy to the Royal Society. States that the British Science Guild who have decided to accept their portion of the legacy, so Brundrett, Randall & Co. will need to deal with them. Asks for the transfer of shares once the Executors are satisfied.
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