Reference numberNLB/44/55
Alternative reference numberNLB/44 p37
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to Francis Watts
Date29 April 1911
Description'In reply to your letter of 30th March, I have pleasure in forming you that Dr Anderson has been communicated with, and is quite willing that the plates you mention should be reproduced in the [Saude] Report in the "West Indian Bulletin".
I have, therefore, anticipating the consent of Council, instructed Messrs Harrisons, our printers, to prepare electros of the two plates required, and to forward them to you. The Society does not sent oriiginal clock and the cost of the electros is triffling.'
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