Sent by Swan Sonnenschein & Co., London to Alfred Russel Wallace, [Corfe View, Parkstone, Dorset] on 4 July 1902.
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Transcriber: Benny, Ruth
Transcription date: April 29, 2014
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4 July 902
We are very pleased to hear that your M. S. & prood of the new edition of "The Wonderful Century" are ready. There has been some difficulty in obtaining the necessary permission to the yse of the astronomy cuts as we have to apply to each original copyright owner but we hope to be able to complete this satisfactorily next week.
We agree that the new book should be differentated from the old one if possible --
How would you like the following [] title?
The March of Science in the Nineteenth Century
being a new and thoroughly [word illeg. and enlarged edition of The Wonderful Century by [word illeg.]
Yours very truly | [word illeg.]
Dr. Alfred Russel Wallace
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