Reference numberNLB/6/602
Alternative reference numberNLB/6 p251
TitleCopy letter from Herbert Rix, to J Theodore Bent, 13 Great Cumberland Place, W.
Date10 June 1892
DescriptionIt will be impossible for the Society to spare its porter on Tuesday morning to superintend sending items, but they can send the van and three men as before, if Bent can take all the risk. Rix asks to know by return whether Bent decides to send the items on Monday morning, with same arrangements as before, or on Tuesday morning without the porter's superintendence.
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