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Royal College of Science, 1903

Nature volume 70, page 252 (14 July 1904) | Download Citation

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SCIENCE scholars selected from the whole of Great Britain for their ability and promise, maintaining themselves on 17s. 9d. a week, were this year saved from much privation by secret gifts of small bursaries—see the subjoined audited account. Prof. Perry says he has no right to ask for help from the generous men who helped him last year, but he has all the sturdiness of a chartered beggar—he asks in a good cause.

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