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System Number: 08959
Date: 20 August 1878
Author: Theodore Allingham[1]
Place: London
Recipient: Nicholas Thierry[2]
Place: London
Repository: Library of Congress
Call Number: Manuscript Division, Pennell-Whistler Collection, PWC
Document Type: ALS


'159[3]'

THEODORE ALLINGHAM,
SOLICITOR.

55, OLD BROAD STREET,
LONDON, E. C.

20 Augt 1878

Dear Sir

Your favor[4] of the 16 inst addressed to my Client Mr Whistler has been forwarded to me - He desires me to express his regret that the account does not receive an immediate settlement but when I tell you that I am making arrangements[5] which will meet all requirements I am sure you could not wish to put Mr Whistler in the meantime to any inconvenience or expence [sic] - I will write you again shortly -

Trusting to your kind indulgence
I am
Yours truly

Theo. Allingham

Mr N. Thierry
70 Regent Street
W.


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Notes:

1.  Theodore Allingham
Theodore Frederick Allingham (b. 1845), solicitor [more].

2.  Nicholas Thierry
Nicholas Thierry, shoe and boot maker [more].

3.  '159'
Written in another hand in upper right-hand corner of sheet.

4.  favor
See N. Thierry to JW, #08957, #08732.

5.  arrangements
JW seems to have been unable to pay off any part of the bill for £12. 7. 3. as Thierry's name appears on a list of creditors dating from around the time of his bankruptcy (#11926).