Reference numberNLB/46/701
Alternative reference numberNLB/46 p421
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to R Kirkpatrick, British Museum (Natural History)
Date18 October 1912
DescriptionOn receipt of his request for 100 copies of his 'Note on merlia', the printers were communicated with. They said that 50 copies originally asked for have been sent off, but they can supply 25 more if that would do. Harrison told them that no doubt this would do, to save the expense of putting the Note on the machine again. This number is gratuitous, but if he would like more, he will have to pay for the cost of the print and paper.
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