[LM202135], Letter from Henry M Livor to P F Gildea, July 20th, 1889


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[LM202135], Letter from Henry M Livor to P F Gildea, July 20th, 1889

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[addressed to Bechtelsville] "Your several letters, in regard to the showing of the magnet, are at hand. I have arranged to have a first-class man, who understands the mater, go down on Monday on the 1:30 train from this City, reaching Bechtelsville a little after six o'clock in the evening. This man will, without doubt, make all necessary changes to make the matter right. ## I presume that you are now working with some of the rich ore from the upper hole, and naturally you must be showing better results as to the amount of Concentrate being made. ## I wish you would telegraph me on Monday morning as to about the quantity of Concentrate that you will be making by using this rich ore, and on Monday afternoon, I wish you would send a letter to me giving me the record up to twelve o'clock. Be sure and get this letter in the mail that goes on the train leaving Bechtelsville at 2:45. ## I also wish you to telegraph me what you are doing in the same particular on Tuesday morning. Send you telegram at eleven o'clock. ## I will be at the Mine on next Tuesday morning. ## The sargent Rock Drill has undoubtedly reached you before this. Please do not fail to see that it is connected at once, so that there will be no excuse about operaing it quickkly. I am anxious to see this drilling business under good headway when I reach the Mine next Wednesdya...."





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