[D8416ABJ], Letter from Thomas Alva Edison to Comitato per le Applicazioni dell'Elettricita, January 4th, 1884

Item

Abstract

I am in recpt of your letter of 14th where you order one "G" dynamo and one "R" dynamo. I am improving a new and improrving a new and improved type of the 'G " machine and will wait untill it is finished before making a shipment on account of this order. It will not delay the forwarding of your goods for very long# In relation to you account I cables Insull at London# in a few days I will comminicate to you about the crank shaft of the Porter Allen Engine which was cracked when it arrived on your side of the Atlantic #The packing and stuffing boxes of the Armington Sims engines and the labor indicator were to you on the 25th. In regard to your cable for lamps I must apologize for having troubled you by asking you to repeat but did not understand the word command. On dec 28th we shipped 1200lamps .the clamp is what we call the ten candle power lamp and is in more general use in this country than any other style of lamp we make in fact we now look upon it as our standard.# I have notified Bergmann and Co about the sockets which you are returning and we will credit the account with them when they arrive. The cables which we asked you to repeat were not mutilated in transmission but we did not understand some of the words. Please resend them.

Date

1884-01-04

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

D8416ABJ

Folder Set

D8416

Title

[D8416ABJ], Letter from Thomas Alva Edison to Comitato per le Applicazioni dell'Elettricita, January 4th, 1884

Microfilm ID

71:735

Publisher

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