[LB011324], Letter from Thomas Alva Edison to Edward Hibberd Johnson, February 18th, 1882


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[LB011324], Letter from Thomas Alva Edison to Edward Hibberd Johnson, February 18th, 1882

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I beg to confirm cables as follows##From you Feby. 11, 82##Damaged by delay already Ship Arizona sure have arranged for safe handling Answer.##To you Feby. 15, 82##McLaughlin Jehl with meters and big dynamo shipped Arizona See Nott 28 Brunswick Liverpool regarding [--] shipment London.##From you Feby 15, 82##Cant complete assignment Gouraud without reference your contract Drexel or other parties if any exist mail promptly Answer was dynamo shipped Arizona is McLaughlin [amorite].##From you Feby 16, 82##Some mention of Fabri Lowrey renders power [r--gatory] if any side contracts exist each party thereto must join in [power] Answer##From you Feby [17] 82.##Important know if contract signed must announce ourselves without further delay Answer.##To you Feby 18, 82##[Fresh] power without designation clause mailed. If will hasten matters cable names which Fabbri Lowery will designate back by cable no side contracts with existing##You will have heard today from Mr Fabbri that the English Contract has been signed. My letter to you by last mail contains explanations as to the Big Dynamo l& meters to which I have nothing to add##As to the amended power of attorney for the Colonial Light Mr Lowrey informs me that it was sent forward this morning. There is no contract existing as to this & Mr Fabbris & Mr Lowreys name need not have been mentioned in the powers first sent you. My arrangement with them is only as to a division of what I get & has nothing whatever to do with the purchases of my rights Enclosed is day [& place] of shipment by the Arizona




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