Reference numberNLB/4/548
Alternative reference numberNLB/4 p225
TitleCopy letter from an unknown correspondent, to Mr Collings
Date8 July 1890
DescriptionCollings' estimate for [William Henry] Dines' diagrams is accepted and they should be put in hand at once. There are 29 figures all white on black for the 'Proceedings of the Royal Society'. The Royal Society has had trouble over the delay with Thomson & Searle and have been blaming the printer. The correspondent asks for the block to be delivered at the earliest possible moment.
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