Correspondence with Merchant Taylors' Hall

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Correspondence with Merchant Taylors' Hall concerning the hosting of the Sesquicenteary Dinner at the premises on Threadneedle Street. These are:

  • Letter from B.W. Robinson, President of Royal Asiatic Society, to The Clerk, Merchant Taylors' Hall to ask whether the possibility of holding the Sesquicentenary Dinner at the Hall could be made official, dated 21 April 1972.
  • Letter from the Clerk, Merchant Taylors' Hall, to B.W. Robinson, President of Royal Asiatic Society, to inform that the Master and Wardens have agreed in principle to the use of the Hall, dated 19 July 1972.
  • Letter from the Clerk, Merchant Taylors' Hall, to B.W. Robinson, President of Royal Asiatic Society, to inform that the Master and Wardens have agreed with the terms and conditions concerning the Sesquicentenary Dinner and to stipulate some costs and their preferred caterer, dated 12 January 1973.
  • Letter from B.W. Robinson, President of Royal Asiatic Society, to The Clerk, Merchant Taylors' Hall, regarding the terms and conditions, and to invite the Master to the Dinner, dated 15 January 1973.
  • Letter from Secretary, Royal Asiatic Society, to The Clerk, Merchant Taylors' Hall, to confirm acceptance of use of the Hall, dated 29 June 1973.
  • Letter from the Clerk, Merchant Taylors' Hall, to Secretary, Royal Asiatic Society, to enclose the Company's account for the Dinner, dated 29 October 1973.
  • Letter from Secretary, Royal Asiatic Society, to The Clerk, Merchant Taylors' Hall, to enclose the cheque for the Society's Dinner, dated 12 November 1973.
  • Letter from the Clerk, Merchant Taylors' Hall, to Secretary, Royal Asiatic Society, to enclose the receipt for the cheque, dated 23 November 1973.

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