Reference numberNLB/4/714
Alternative reference numberNLB/4 p289
TitleCopy letter from Herbert Rix, to Messrs Friedlander & Sohn, Carlstrasse 11 Berlin N.W.
Date2 October 1890
DescriptionWith reference to the Messrs letter of 17 May, the Royal Society do not find that their publications are advertised up to date and he fears that it may be the Society's own fault in not regularly sending a list of their publications as issued. Rix encloses a proof wrapper of their last number of 'Proceedings [of the Royal Society]' which was published on 20th. Rix thinks the best way forward is to have sent to the Messrs directly as issued each number of their publications so that the Messrs can advertise them promptly. The number can be kept for sale or return. The Messrs name is now printed on their publications as Continental agents.
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