[LB027014], Letter from Alfred Ord Tate to Osgood S Wiley, November 12th, 1888


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[LB027014], Letter from Alfred Ord Tate to Osgood S Wiley, November 12th, 1888

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"We have received your recent letters in regard to Ore Milling. They were, of course, written before you had received Mr. Edison's letter under date Oct. 29th, in which he stated to you that he did not desire a public exhibition made of the Ore Milling process, and gave you directions in regard to what you are to do in the future in this connection. ### With reference to the amount of money which you are to draw monthly from Mr. Dredge, the amounts which we mentioned in our letter to Mr. Dredged, dated Oct. 29th, were six pounds per week for expenses and twenty pounds per month for salary, but I [unclear] that you have [unclear] in this office here to [unclear] wife [unclear] Dollars per week out of your salary. We were not aware of the arrangement at the time of writing Mr. Dredge, above referred to, and the amount which you are to draw monthly as salary is now twelve pounds instead of twenty." Yours truly, AO Tate
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Thomas A. Edison Papers, School of Arts and Sciences, Rutgers University
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