[D8849ABT], Letter from Thomas Bernardr Connery to Thomas Alva Edison, September 27th, 1888

Item

Abstract

"For the strong urging on Col Gouraud, which I saw from the correspondence shown me yesterday, you were pleased to employ [unclear] accept say thanks. Everything you said to him I will endeavor to me the good. ### I infer from the cablegrams that you are now authorized to close the thing, and if such be the case I would like to have an agreement perfected between us and legalized by the signature of the Mexican Consul, in order to meet the requirements of Mex. I am it seems to me now to be the [unclear] to go to Mexico without much further delay, as you can and furnish a copy of the M.S. patents and considerable further delay must occur about the English patents. ### Perhaps the last thing is to go to work without writing for the patents in Mexico, as if it is of greater importance to make the first start. ### Please let me know how soon you will be ready to make a formal agreement and I will endeavor to have Fox on hand, through he seems to be a next uncertain party in the matter of appointments." Yours very faithfully, Thomas B. Connery

Date

1888-09-27

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Identifier

D8849ABT

Folder Set

D8849

Title

[D8849ABT], Letter from Thomas Bernardr Connery to Thomas Alva Edison, September 27th, 1888

Microfilm ID

124:564

Publisher

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