Reference numberNLB/7/699
Alternative reference numberNLB/7 p324
TitleCopy letter from Herbert Rix, to Messrs Whiteman & Bass, 235 High Holborn
Date11 April 1893
DescriptionReferring to the Messrs letter of 9th March, Rix cannot find from the letter book that he ever accepted the Messrs estimate for Mr [Edwin Tulley] Newton's plates for £23-8-6. If so, this is an oversight on Rix's part and they may consider the estimate accepted.

If these figures are not in hand already, Newton seems to think it would be better for him to see the Messrs first. Gives Newton's address as the Geological Museum, Jermyn Street.
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NA1389Newton; Edwin Tulley (1840 - 1930)1840 - 1930
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