|Description||Returning the pulls of the plates for the Record. As to the Lister photogravure which Elliott and Fry are making, they have been asked to leave the printing to Hart, and to send the plate to the Royal Society when done, because there should be no question about uniformity in the paper used for all the plates. Asks if they should be hurried for the plate. Asks him to send up one or two pulls of those sheets of the Record containing the Catalogue of Pictures and the Catalogue of Medals. Wants to use them as a working catalogue pro tem.|
Acknowledges the first proofs of slips of the Charter Book, Abbot to Baily, of the Index. Keeping the specimen bindings to show the President.