[D8602E], Letter from Charles Henry Coster to Samuel Insull, March 29th, 1886


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[D8602E], Letter from Charles Henry Coster to Samuel Insull, March 29th, 1886

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I sent you a few days ago a letter from the Paris Co. In view of it, do you not think I had better telegraph Fabbri (now in Florence)? ##[Quotes letter]: "Tell Luchini assist Raimondo Capuccio Firm if they prolong patents nine years. We guarantee government fees." ##And as D.H. & Co. want the E.E.L. Co. of Europe to telegraph to them (D.H. & Co.), had you not better have the European Co. write D.M. & Co. asking the latter to say to D.H. & Co. that the European Co. approves and has so instructed Luchini? ##I enclose the prolongation of the first patent, which the Paris Co. ask for. In sending it, you had better volunteer to make any desired assignment; and in response to the general tenor of this letter, I would explain that the European Co. took the thing[?] up because the Paris Co. had notified it in writing that it did not intend to protest the Italian[?] patents, but intended to let them lapse.





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