Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Add. 10138/3/61
Scope and Contents
The whole letter is written phonetically, on paper with five spelling reform rules printed at the top. The paper has been ripped in half and stuck back together.Telling Rose that he was now getting on with additional books to complete the series of phonetic reading books: the selection which Cassell had made from “Evenings at Home” in his Child’s book (Mrs Godolphin turning the tales into monosyllables) will make 4 books; there will then be room for 3 at the end of the series to be set...
30 January 1892
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From the Fonds:
The MS Add.10138 Edward Rose papers are owned by the University of Cambridge and are open for consultation under the normal regulations of the University Library's manuscripts collections; see http://www.lib.cam.ac.uk/deptserv/manuscripts/.
Please cite as Cambridge University Library, Department of Manuscripts and University Archives, Edward Rose: Writings and family correspondence, Add. 10138