Macmillan & Co. Ltd., St. Martin's Street, London, W.C.2. Dated September 19th, 1928 - Writes with terms for the Ovid Fasti for his nephew Harold, who is away, will pay a royalty of 15% on the published price in England and 10% of the published price in the U.S.; is happy to give an advance of £100 in royalties.
With letter from William Stead Mills, Yarn Agent, Atlas Chambers, Berridge Street, to Messrs Macmillan & Co., 28 Sept 1892.
Regrets that his influence with London editors is limited to Macmillan, but asks Patterson to send him A Martyr. Is certain that Frederic Macmillan will give him advice as to what to do with it. Undertakes to ask Kegan Paul, in default of Macmillan's advice. States that the only book [by a friend of his] he had published by Kegan Paul had little commercial success. Suggests that a publisher might think it more advisable to publish the two tales, A Martyr and Noble Rest together. Recalls his 'very pleasant week in Buda-Pest', and sends greetings to Beothy, Lanczy, Medveczky, Pulszky, W. Bal[ ] and others.