System Number: 12024
Date: 24 July 1878
Author: William Henry Cubison
Repository: Library of Congress
Call Number: Manuscript Division, Pennell-Whistler Collection, PWC
Document Type: PD/Ms
THE LONDON ASSOCIATION FOR PROTECTION OF TRADE.
OFFICES, 16, BERNERS STREET, OXFORD STREET,
OFFICE HOURS FROM 10 'TILL 5.
July 24 1878
A LIST OF DEBTS HAS BEEN HANDED TO THE ASSOCIATION FOR COLLECTION
BY Messrs F. Oetzmann & Son
OF 28 Conduit St
INCLUDING ONE AMOUNTING TO £22. 12. 3.
OWING BY YOU TO them
THIS ASSOCIATION BEING COMPOSED OF TRADERS WHO ARE UNWILLING TO SUBJECT THEIR CUSTOMERS TO THE ANNOYANCE AND EXPENSE OF LEGAL PROCEEDINGS, I TRUST YOU WILL PREVENT THE NECESSITY OF SUCH A COURSE BEING RESORTED TO BY AN IMMEDIATE SETTLEMENT OF THE ABOVE CLAIM AT THESE OFFICES.
I AM, Sir
YOUR OBEDIENT SERVANT,
W. H. Cubison
SECRETARY TO THE ASSOCIATION
MONEY ORDERS CAN BE MADE PAYABLE AT THE POST OFFICE, VERE ST., OXFORD ST.
[p. 2] FROM
THE LONDON ASSOCIATION FOR PROTECTION OF TRADE,
16, BERNERS STREET.
1. William Henry Cubison
William Henry Cubison, secretary, London Association for the Protection of Trade. He writes on behalf of Frederick Oetzmann & Son, pianoforte makers.
Written in another hand in left-hand margin, in a circle. Letters pertaining to legal matters, and to JW's bankruptcy, were numbered by James Anderson Rose (1819-1890), solicitor [more]. A writ quantifying JW's debts was filled out by Dod and Longstaffe on 1 November 1878 (see #12025).