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The Corresponence of James McNeil Whistler
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System Number: 13089
Date: 20 August 1887
Author: JW
Place: [London]
Recipient: Thomas McLean[1]
Place: [London]
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler NB 1/26/1
Document Type: AD


26[2]        
[tick][3] Return to Tilbury[4] -   6.  6. 0
[tick] Landing Stage Cowes   7.  7. 0
[tick] Dry docks Southampton -   6.  6. 0
[tick] H. M. S. Fleet - The troop Ship -  10. 10. 0
[tick] Naval Review - Monitors  10 10 0
[tick]    "      "    Visitors Boat -  10 10 0
[tick] "Bunting".   8.  8. 0
[tick] H. M. S. Fleet - Evening -  10 10 0
[tick] Dipping the Flag -   8  8 0
[tick] H. M. S. Fleet - GThe Gun boat  10 10 0
[tick] Portsmouth, children   7  7 0
  Tilbury -   7.  7.
  Recieved [sic], for Mr Maclean [sic], the above, 103. 19. 0
  Aug 20th 1887 -     Recived. [sic] Thos Longman[5]       

 


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Notes:

1.  Thomas McLean
Thomas M. McLean (b. ca 1832), print dealer and publisher [more].

2.  26
Printed at top left. This is a page of a ledger book.

3.  [tick]
The ticks are written very faintly in pencil.

4.  Return to Tilbury
These etchings constitute the 'Naval Review set', 1887 (K. 316-331).

5.  Recived. [sic] Thos Longman
Thomas Longman (b. ca 1851), machinist, employee of T. McLean, print dealer [more]; these words are written in his hand.