|In the summer Morley said he had asked his printers to send Harrison 200 books of schedules in covers. These were never delivered to the best of Harrison's knowledge. However he does not think he could do much with them, such that he does not think it matters much. Thinks it would be better for the Society to apply to Morley's office for any copies they might want, as the necessity may arise. Queries if Morley has two or three copies to spare.