Reference numberMS/427/152
Alternative reference numberMS/427 p30
TitleCopy letter from Walter White, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Messrs Crossley Bros.
Date21 December 1881
DescriptionExchanges details for the man to run the gas engine for the Royal Society meetings. [See MS/427/150] Explains the room must be lighted by 4pm, so the employee must arrive at 3:30pm. Understands the payment will be half a day and 2/3 extra if the work continues beyond 6. Asks if the payment will be weekly or if a bill will be sent at the end.
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