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Draft letter from Joseph Crawhall II to Andrew Tuer

Crawhall writes in response to Tuer's suggestions to alter the title of his latest volume. Crawhall writes that he is 'sick' of working on the book, and would like to sell the manuscript and blocks as it is, and asks Tuer to suggest a reasonable price. Written from 50, Leadenhall Street, London.

Letter from Andrew Tuer to Joseph Crawhall II

Tuer writes to suggest alterations to the title page of a book Crawhall plans to publish. He also discusses the terms under which the Leadenhall Presse will publish Crawhall's book, and make suggestions on how it should be printed. Written from 50, Leadenhall Street, London.

Letters to and from Andrew Tuer

Consists of 83 letters sent between Andrew Tuer and Joseph Crawhall II. The letters are largely concerning publishing ventures, and Tuer's letters are predominantly sent from the The Leadenhall Press.

Tuer, Andrew White, 1838 - 1900, publisher and writer

Correspondence

Consists of letters sent to and from Joseph Crawhall II. A large proportion of these letters are from Andrew Tuer, joint owner of The Leadenhall Press, and Charles Keene, an artist and good friend of Joseph Crawhall II.

Also consists of letters sent to Thomas Crawhall, Joseph Crawhall II's grandfather, and to Mrs. Crawhall, wife of Joseph Crawhall II.

The letters concern both personal and professional matters.

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