Letter to Frederick William Chesson
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The Railways & Metropolitan Omnibus Company Limited,
18 Queen Victoria Street, E.C.
London, Decr 23rd 1881.
F.W. Chesson Esqr
17 King Wm St.
I have to thank you for your extreme
Kindness in calling the attention of Mr. Sturge to my
condition. I am very pleased to inform you that through
mediation I have obtained my overcoat for which I again
thank you. Wishing your family & yourself the "Compliments
of the Season"
Yr. obt. servant,
Author(s) & contributor(s): William Ivens Craft
Date(s): 23 December 1881
Place(s) of creation: The Railways & Metropolitan Omnibus Company Limited, 18, Queen Victoria Street, E.C. London
Form & transmission history: Manuscript letter in author’s hand.
Object description: Beige one-page/one-sheet letter; ruled letterhead; author's hand in black ink with archival note.
Repository: Bodleian Library (Oxford, United Kingdom)
Shelfmark / Identifier: MSS. Brit. Emp. S. 18, C129/137
Digital edition & date: One More Voice, 2021
Critical editing & encoding: Hope McCaffrey, Lucy McCann, Adrian S. Wisnicki
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Cite this digital edition (MLA): Craft, William Ivens. “Letter to Frederick William Chesson” (23 December 1881). Hope McCaffrey, Lucy McCann, Adrian S. Wisnicki, eds. One More Voice, new dawn edition, 2021, https://onemorevoice.org/html/transcriptions/liv_020082_TEI.html.
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