Peter Henry Berthon to Faraday   19 May 1857

Trinity House | 19 May 1857

My dear Sir,

Mr Chance has had an interview with the Board this morning and it has been arranged that the Apparatus is to be put up at Lundy as it is, that is with the two defective Lenses, and that he shall undertake in writing to replace them at his Expense when required to do so, or at any time he may wish, there will not therefore be any occasion to trouble you to make a second visit to Birmingham1[.]

I return you his Note as requested.

Excuse haste & Believe me | My dear Sir | Yours very faithfully | P.H. Berthon

Prof Faraday | &c &c &c

See letter 3287 and Trinity House Court, 2 June 1857, GL MS 30004/27, pp.70-1.

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