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System Number: 05895
Date: 31 May 1889
Author: Upton and Britton[1]
Place: London
Recipient: JW
Place: London
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler U24
Document Type: ALS


UPTON & BRITTON,
SOLICITORS.

51, LINCOLN'S INN FIELDS,
LONDON, W. C.

31st May 1889.

Dear Sir,

Referring to our letter addressed to you on behalf of our Client Sir Henry Meux[2] so long ago as the 1st. November 1887. and to your reply thereto we beg to inform you that our Client has now given us specific instructions to apply for a settlement of the matter, therein referred to, and we must ask you to let us hear from you what course you propose to take in the course of next week as the matter must really now be settled without further delay.

Yours faithfully.

Upton & Britton

J. Mc. Whistler Esq:
13 Tite Street
Chelsea


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Notes:

1.  Upton and Britton
JW ignored this letter and they wrote again on 5 July 1889 (#05896) and JW then replied (#05898).

2.  Sir Henry Meux
Sir Henry Bruce Meux (1857-1900), 3rd Baronet, brewer and patron [more]. The solicitors had indeed written on 1 November 1887 (#05894).