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Paice, Alfred (fl 1919) accountant
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Letter from Alfred Paice to R. C. Trevelyan

Omega Workshops Ltd [using headed paper from Everard Meynell's "Serendipity Shop", Mayfair]. - Apologises for not being able to 'account for those few copies' [of "Lucretius on Death"]; thought that Trevelyan might perhaps have had more copies than were debited to him. Thinks it a 'fairly near account', though payment does not seem to have been received for several of the copies counted as sold by Omega, that is 'entirely our fault'. Cheque enclosed in settlement. Thanks Trevelyan for his 'tolerance in the matter'. Notes in a postscript that he is now working with Everard Meynell at his bookshop; thinks that Trevelyan may be interested in some of his books, which are 'chiefly 17th cent'.

Letter from Alfred Paice at the Omega Workshops to R. C. Trevelyan

33 Fitzroy Sq., London W. - Gives the figures as 'near as [he] can get' of sold and distributed copies of Trevelyan's "Lucretius on Death"; the 'enclosed slips' [no longer present] give details. If Trevelyan agrees to this reckoning, will sent him a cheque when Mr [Fry] returns to town [see 19/40]. No more copies here as far as he can tell.