[D8845AGJ], Letter from William Warren Dean to Alfred Ord Tate, November 26th, 1888

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Abstract

"I should have heard from you at the latest on Saturday but I have no letter yet. I don't know how I shall stand off these people much longer the Engineer is [unclear] this week-he [unclear] a property near Halifax on the way. ### You must remember that the English people who are [unclear] him and have had sample of the ore for nearly as fear and so far as its quality is concerned + its conduct under treatment they know what to expect. McFee so Dickson [unclear] me - had a letter from England, written I understand by the expert, which excites him very much he says he will now be able to [unclear] anything in London-I hope Dickson will be able to keep him down a few days longer but quite expect everything will [unclear] Dickson is naturally surprised at the delay + how [unclear] me with letters. Him he would know results certainly by Saturday nights [unclear] I am now writing him that I have nothing I shall not be in town again [unclear] Wednesday night at the earliest." W.W. Dean

Recipient

Date

1888-11-26

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

D8845AGJ

Folder Set

D8845

Title

[D8845AGJ], Letter from William Warren Dean to Alfred Ord Tate, November 26th, 1888

Microfilm ID

123:1075

Publisher

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

Timestamp

November 26, 1888

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