Reference numberNLB/4/195
Alternative reference numberNLB/4 p82
TitleCopy letter from an unknown correspondent, to Messrs West, Newman & Company
Date19 March 1890
DescriptionThe corrections made on the original plates by Dr [William] Marcet are withdrawn and the correspondent now substitutes some alterations in the lettering of one of the plates, the purpose of which is to assimilate plate B to plate A. When the Messrs have made the alterations and added the arrows the correspondent asks to see the revises of the two plates.
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