Reference numberNLB/11/890
Alternative reference numberNLB/11 p432
TitleCopy letter from Herbert Rix, to The University Press, Cambridge
Date28 October 1895
DescriptionIn answer to the Press' memo of 26th, it is contrary to the Society's regulations to lend any of its blocks but at the Press can pay to have cliches of the figures mentioned from Messrs Harrison & Sons, their printers. Assuming this will meet with their views, Rix has already given orders to have the cliches made and sent to Cambridge.
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