Reference numberNLB/4/26
Alternative reference numberNLB/4 p9
TitleCopy letter from an unknown person, to Messrs Harrison & Sons
DateJanuary 1890
DescriptionThe correspondent asks the Messrs to make a cliché of the block illustrating the paper by Thomas Andrews on heat dilatation of metals, 'Proceedings of the Royal Society', volume 43, page 299, and deliver it to 161 Fleet Street.
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