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Reference numberNLB/1/510
Alternative reference numberNLB/1 p390
LevelItem
TitleCopy letter from an unknown correspondent, to Messrs Lamb & Company, Salisbury Square, Fleet Street, E.C.
Date13 July 1887
DescriptionIn answer to the Messrs memo of 8 July [1887], the author was surprised to hear there was any falling off in amount of paper ordered in six months. He thinks they will find the averaege about equal for that of previous years and he notes no other paper has been ordered from any other firm. Asks for 15,000 slips to enclosed pattern [not attached] 'cut quite accurately, the same size to a hair's breadth'.

[Annotated that the whole of the letter was not copied]
Extent1p
FormatCarbon
Access statusOpen
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