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System Number: 02215
Date: 28 July 1887
Author: William Henry Hurlbert[1]
Place: London
Recipient: JW
Place: [London]
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler H311
Document Type: ALS


July 28. 1887.

121, QUEEN'S GATE,
S. W.

My dear Mr Whistler

It is "all right[2]." Pray come & see me as early as you possibly can tomorrow Friday morning - the Earlier the better as there is a [p. 2] formal thing for you to do at once -

Faithfully yrs

Wm Henry Hurlbert

[p. 3] 'B. 1888.'[3]
'S S  8    8'


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Notes:

1.  William Henry Hurlbert
William Henry Hurlbert (1827-1895), journalist and author, editor-in-chief of the New York World from 1876-1883 [more].

2.  all right
This is a follow up to Hurlbert's letter of 27 July 1887 (#02214). The 'formal thing' was probably JW's letter to the Secretary of State, 29 July 1887 (#01836) and a problem over his original request that the SBA become the 'Imperial' SBA. See letter from G. Lushington to JW, 30 July 1887 (#01837).

3.  'B. 1888. ... SS 8 8'
Written in another hand, probably by JW.