ON January 17th, 1936, the Prime Minister, the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor of Oxford University and others launched a Viscount Grey Memorial Appeal, one of whose objects is to develop " the existing scheme of research maintained by the British Trust for Ornithology at Oxford . . . . and to form a permanent institute of bird studies to which his name will be attached...

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