Reference numberNLB/70/114
Alternative reference numberNLB/70 p62
TitleCopy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to P. J. Ashton Esq.
Date6 January 1927
DescriptionIn reply to P. J. Ashton's letter, informs him that the Royal Society will not be taking any part in the Celebrations of the Bicentenary of Newton's death, as they think it more appropriate to associate themselves with the Tercentenary Celebrations of his birth in 1942. Discusses the Londoners' Circle potentially visiting the Royal Society.
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