Reference numberNLB/69/340
Alternative reference numberNLB/69 p180
TitleCopy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to W. B. Keen Esq., E.C.4
Date11 March 1926
DescriptionAsks W. B. Keen to arrange a meeting with Sir John Young of the British Science Guild before going through the Estate Accounts as part of the will of the late Alexander Pedler. Informs that the 4 institutions, the Royal Society, the Chemical Society, the Institute of Chemistry and the British Science Guild have decided to accept a scheme for the appropriation of the Stocks submitted by Brundrett, Randall & Co if Keen can certify that the valuation of the stocks and shares on 25 October 1925 is in accordance with the Stock Exchange mean prices on the same day and the Estate Administrative Expenses Account is acceptable.
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