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System Number: 02127
Date: [c. 18 May 1887][1]
Author: Edward D. Mitchell[2]
Place: London
Recipient: JW
Place: [London]
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler H228
Document Type: ALS

[embossed lion and unicorn crest]

Heralds College
Queen Victoria St.

Dear Sir

I beg to acknowledge receipt of cheque for £5. 6. 0. and am much obliged. It[']s very gratifying to me to know that you are well satisfied with the work that I have executed for you[,] many people are, but I find that few do so with that kindness and [p. 2] courtesy with which you have done - and I beg to thank you for the appreciation you have shown in the matter and at any time if there is anything of the sort I can be of any assistance to you in I shall be most happy to do so.

Yours faithfully

Edw. D. Mitchell

J. McNeill Whistler Esq.

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1.  [c. 18 May 1887]
This letter is written in response to JW's letter of 17 May 1887 (#02126).

2.  Edward D. Mitchell
Edward D. Mitchell, heraldry expert [more]. See (a) Monogram 'VR'; (b) Address to Queen Victoria; (c) Royal Coat of Arms (M.1132).