Reference numberNLB/5/759
Alternative reference numberNLB/5 p305
TitleCopy letter from an unknown correspondent, to Messrs J & A Churchill, 11 New Burlington Street
Date7 October 1891
Description'I have obtained leave from the Secretaries, in anticipation of the consent of Council, for you to proceed with the copies of the plates from the "Phil. Trans" ['Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society'] mentioned in your letter of the 2nd inst. [instant]. I dare to say it will be convenient to you to be released from the necessity of waiting for formal consent'.
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