|Description||Regarding the Cataloguing Conference, White sends herewith slips of the English and Foreign speeches returned by the Messrs yesterday [not attached]. White has done as instructed and marked distinctly the places of all the Foreign speeches. Asks them to push on as fast as possible. |
Notes there will be a large quantity of verbal corrections to be made, but does not think the alterations will be more than that. If the Messrs think it will save time in the end to send another proof in slip they should do so, but not unless it will.