Reference numberNLB/8/1151
Alternative reference numberNLB/8 p513
TitleCopy letter from the Secretaries of the Royal Society, to His Excellency, Spanish Ambassador, Grosvenor Gardens, S.W.
Date7 March 1894
Description'The Secretaries of the Royal Society present their compliments to the Spanish Ambassador and beg leave to inform him that his eminent countryman Professor Ramon y Cajal, of Madrid, will deliver the Croonian Lecture "On the Minute Structure of the Nervous System" before the Royal Society tomorrow at 4.30 precisely. The Secretaries need hardly say that if His Excellency finds it possible to be present on this important occasion, it will be esteemed an honour both by Professor Cajal and by the Society, and they are pleased to extend this invitation to any of the gentlemen attached to the Spanish Embassy.
Burlington House, Piccadilly'.
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