Reference numberNLB/26/378
Alternative reference numberNLB/26 p224
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to, Messrs Harrison & Sons
Date10 March 1903
DescriptionThe Secretaries are not convinced with the explanation of their account for printing the Evolution report. Harrison has been in correspondence with the author, and he says that while the corrections were heavy, he made the tables legible, and that it seems that the printers got into quite unnecessary mistakes. It is indeed in the tables that a greater proportion of the corrections charged for occurred. Asks for details of the charge £25-7-6 for corrections.
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