University of Virginia Library

Dear Mr. Scholfield,

It occurs to me every now and then that never having sent you my Sandars Lectures for 1928 I have never received the fee for them. As I think I told you the Syndics of the Press kindly offered to print them, but I was not altogether satisfied with them as delivered and wanted to do some more work on certain points. This, however, has


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never been got done, so I had better send them to you [...] as they are. A copy has been deposited at the British Library and I enclose the official receipt which you will presumably need to have as evidence that the requirements of the Readership have been complied with.[7]

Yours sincerely
R. B. McKerrow