Reference numberNLB/8/849
Alternative reference numberNLB/8 p369
TitleCopy letter from Herbert Rix, to Messrs Clay & Sons, University Press, Cambridge
Date9 January 1894
DescriptionRix states that he has been waiting for the proofs of Sir John Evans' specimen of the Catalogue Index for several days. The Committee meeting to consider it is scheduled for that Thursday, and it should already have been distributed among the committee members. He asserts that they must have it the following day, to allow them to send it out by the 6pm post.

Rix has telegraphed them to that effect, and asks that they 'do not fail' them.
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