|Description||In response to their note of 22 February, the Royal Society can supply them with two copies of each of the abstracts for volumes one, two, four, five and six at a total cost of three pounds, 17 shillings, minus a 25 percent discount. They can take from them numbers 15, 18, 23, 35, 72 at full selling price if in good condition, but can only give a third of the selling price for volumes 11, 14, 20, 21, 24, 72, 75. They do not want the other numbers at all.|
Rix summarises the standing of the account. A postscript notes that they cannot supply volume seven, number two.