|Alternative reference number||NLB/17 p210|
|Title||Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Messrs J & C F Clay, University Press, Cambridge|
|Date||14 October 1898|
|Description||With reference to the Messrs letter of the 3 October relating to the nature of the corrections made by Miss Chambers on the first sheet of the supplementary volume of the catalogue [of scientific papers], the Society quite agree that much of the Messrs protest is reasonable. |
Harrison has given instructions to Miss Chamber to prevent so much correction of future sheets. With reference to the sheet now returned [not enclosed], such corrections as those which the Messrs have specifically called attention to may be ignored. The exact printing of the Polish and Hungarian crossed and accented letters seems a rather more important matter, and Harrison trusts the Messrs will give it their best attention.