Reference numberNLB/6/938
Alternative reference numberNLB/6 p390
TitleCopy letter from Herbert Rix, to Dr [Arthur Smith] Woodward
Date21 September 1892
DescriptionIn reply to Woodward's note, Rix thinks that he does not owe six shillings and nine pence, and that in fact Woodward owes him three shillings and nine pence, and can prove the matter. Regarding the Cynosaurus, Woodward is not as far as Rix can see, trying to 'over reach' him in that matter, and Rix accordinly encloses a postal order for five shillings and five pence.
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA6492Woodward; Sir; Arthur Smith (1864 - 1944); palaeontologist1864 - 1944
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