Reference numberNLB/10/136
Alternative reference numberNLB/10 p68
TitleCopy letter from an unknown corespondent, to Messrs Harrison & Sons
Date5 October 1894
DescriptionDr Vaughan Harley complains that the separate copies of his paper contained in 'Proceedings [of the Royal Socitey]' number 337, have not yet been sent to him. The order was for 250 copies to 25 Harley Street.

The correspondent fears that the Messrs do not always carry out the Society's instructions to print off separate copies directly the sheet is ready, without waiting for the issue of the number.
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