Reference numberNLB/7/312
Alternative reference numberNLB/7 p144
TitleCopy letter from Herbert Rix, to the Cambridge Engraving Company
Date18 January 1893
DescriptionThere is no occasion for Rix to see Dr [Alexander] Hill again as the question is entirely an editorial one. The two papers ought certainly be published separately though they will doubtless follow each other in the same volume. Asks the Messrs to telegraph before noon tomorrow to say what saving is effected by mixing the plates of the two papers. Rix can then submit the question to his chiefs. The Messrs may not be aware that the papers are published in separate form as well as in volumes. The Society has never yet published two under one wrapper.
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