UNIVERSITY of GLASGOW

The Corresponence of James McNeil Whistler
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System Number: 12024
Date: 24 July 1878
Author: William Henry Cubison[1]
Place: London
Recipient: JW
Place: [London]
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.

'180[2]'

July 24 1878

Sir

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

N. B.
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.


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Notes:

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.

2.  '180'
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).