Reference numberNLB/2/626
Alternative reference numberNLB/2 p321
TitleCopy letter from Herbert Rix, to the Secretary, Eastern Telegraph Company, 50 Old Broad Street, E.C.
Date29 September 1888
DescriptionSends thanks for their letter of yesterday and explains that he complaint was due to the statement in the The Times that the message had been sent to the Royal Society. Rix notes it as advisable to send all messages to the Society, unless they hear otherwise from Sir Crichton-Browne or Joseph Thomson.
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