[D0016AAM], Letter from Dyer Edmonds and Dyer to Thomas Alva Edison, October 31st, 1900


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[D0016AAM], Letter from Dyer Edmonds and Dyer to Thomas Alva Edison, October 31st, 1900




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Thomas A. Edison Papers, School of Arts and Sciences, Rutgers University


Letterhead of Law Offices of Dyer, Edmonds & Dyer
31 Nassau Street,
New York.
October 31, 1900.
Thomas A. Edison, Esq.,
Orange, N. J.
Dear Sir:-
The final Government fee of $20, is due November 12th on your application on Electric Meters, in which the current by electrolysis decomposes a soluble mercury salt, the metallic mercury set free being measured either in a capillary tube or by weight. Kindly advise us if you wish to have this patent issue.
Other applications of yours which have been allowed and which now await payment of the final Government fees are No. 982, Lubricating Journal Bearings; No. 984, Conveyors; No. 985, Flight Conveyors; No. 993, Grinding or Crushing Rolls; No. 1028, Apparatus for Rescreening Fine Materials; and No. 930, Method of Resecreening Fine Materials. Since all of these latter cases relate to your ore milling and cement work, in connection with which you informed us some time ago that you wished to have all the payments issue as soon as possible, it occurs to us that you may desire to have a final fees paid at this time.
Yours very truly,
Dyer Edmonds & Dyer
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