Reference numberNLB/4/268
Alternative reference numberNLB/4 p115
TitleCopy letter from an unknown correspondent, to the Cambridge Instrument Company
Date2 April 1890
DescriptionThe correspondent has the Messrs estimate for the two plates to illustrate Dr [Charles Scott] Sherrington's paper. He asks the Messrs to ascertain if Dr Sherrington will allow the disarrangement of the figures and to ask whether Dr [Michael] Foster approves of the estimate. They can then proceed with the plates and the correspondent would be glad to know approximately when they will be finished.
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