Reference numberNLB/5/1206
Alternative reference numberNLB/5 p481
TitleCopy letter from an unknown correspondent, to the Cambridge Engraving Company
Date27 January 1892
DescriptionHe encloses Dr Mott's plates, 1-3, for press. Rix notes that Mott wants 100, with the total number to print being 1025. He emphasises that the numbers beneath the photographs are to simply be written as 1, 2, 3 etc, except in cases where the word 'figure' is written beneath by the author. He asks that they push the printing forward, as the author complains that he is being forestalled by other authors.
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