Reference numberNLB/9/201
Alternative reference numberNLB/9 p103
TitleCopy letter from an unknown correspondent, to Mr Edwin Wilson, Post Office Terrace, Cambridge
Date13 April 1894
Description'In reply to your note just to hand, I find that Miss Greenwood's plate duly came to hand, and was in the Secretaries' hands along with the text, in which a query had arisen which we have had some difficulty in settling. I think, however, this will shortly be put right, and there will not be much risk in going on with the plate. I return it for press therefore herewith'.
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