|Description||'Dear Sir, |
Your paper is in the printers hands to be made up for the next B No. or our Proceedings.
The seemingly long delay is due to the fact that other papers of earlier date had to be published first, and that we have not, till quite recently, had sufficient material to make up a complete No. The papers in hand therefore had to stand over.
Under these circumstances it would hardly be feasible for you to make the additions you allude to, while in any case I would suggest that the better way would be to embody them in an independent paper or note.'