|Letter from Horace Darwin, The Cambridge Scientific Instrument Company, St Tibb's Row, Cambridge, to Charles Vernon Boys
|10 May 1890
|Formally accepting Boys's offer to supply suspensions for radio-micrometers for the sum of one guinea each. The company will supply deal boxes with lids and the milled head and cork. Asks if the advertisements should say that the instruments were made under the direction of Boys.
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|Darwin; Sir; Horace (1851 - 1928)
|1851 - 1928