|Description||Rix states that Evans' memorandum is probably correct, but lists the points on which he is uncertain. On point three, he objects to Evans' statement that the 'paper is fully as good', describing instead as the 'vilest Stationary Office paper'. On point 5, Rix suggests that the Fellows are likely to strongly object to charging more for these than formerly. On point 6, Rix fears that 150 will leave no margin, believing that the sporadic grants and printed list of institutions receiving the Catalogue comes to 150, but states that perhaps that does not matter.|
Once these points are settled, Rix will have the memorandum copied.