[D8622J], Letter from William Lloyd Garrison, Jr. to Frank Seymour Hastings, May 7th, 1886

Item

Abstract

[Enclosure to Doc D8622I] I beg to submit through you the enclosed bill to TAE, on account of the old Construction Dept., for expenses of exchanging the two H dynamos for the efficient new ones. This is the final claim of the Brockton Co. for indemnification and with its payment closes all further demand. ##Kindly serve us in having a speedy settlement made and all traces of the old wound healed. It has been a long time from Feb. 9, 1885 (when TAE's proposition submitted through you was accepted) for actual fulfillment, but at last everything promised has been done. Although no more than was right and equitable, I am grateful that good faith has been kept. ##Our station is in excellent condition and with improved general business will show gratifying results. [Written along side of letter]: Siemens has made an induction coil by which he discovers grounds in the underground wires with certainty. The first was just sold us $15. [Written below signature]: "V[------] if required." [Bill is attached, itemized, for total of 184.80.]

Date

1886-05-07

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

D8622J

Folder Set

D8622

Title

[D8622J], Letter from William Lloyd Garrison, Jr. to Frank Seymour Hastings, May 7th, 1886

Microfilm ID

79:347

Publisher

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