Reference numberNLB/5/670
Alternative reference numberNLB/5 p271
TitleCopy letter from Theodore E James, to Messrs Drake & Gorham
Date1 September 1891
Description'Dear Sirs,
I am sorry to have to acquaint you that through the carelessness of the carmen who were last night removing the dynamo & working here, some amount of damage was done to the area steps, and also to the stone & iron work, which we must ask you to inspect with a view to its being made good.
Yrs [Yours] faithfully,
T E James
Clerk, RS [Royal Society]'.
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