Various subjects including criticism of the arrangements for the International Association meeting at Paris as intimated to the British Association at Bradford, mentioning James Mavor and W. Law Bros. Mention also of [ ] Ford, General [Lowther], Mrs. Grinling, [ ] Crowther, Jean [ ], [John] Dewey, [ ] White and Edward McGegan.Ross, John, fl. 1895 - 1932, chartered accountant
Perris advises Marr that French proof-sheets and the week's programmes have been sent out, on behalf of the International Assembly Association in relation to the Paris Exposition 1900. Expresses regret at missed opportunities due to absence of instruction. Mentions 'Radford' and his work on 'guides'. Annotation regarding lecture.Perris, George Herbert, 1866-1920, journalist and peace campaigner
Requests information and a time-frame for repayment of money lent, advising he is desperate straits for cash. Advises that he will not send out press copies in relation to International Exposition at Paris, 1900 and International Assembly and requests that Marr do it.Ross, John, fl. 1895 - 1932, chartered accountant
Advises Marr of Mavor's detainment in London, requests advice on whether and where to send guides relating to the International Exposition at Paris, 1900. Mentions Griffiths and Law Bros. Complains about 'tardy after thoughts' and how business is being mishandled.
Administrative arrangements for around 500 letters and circulars to be sent out in relation to the International Exposition, Paris, 1900 and the International Assembly. Thanks to Mrs Grinling for providing teapots, requests additional purchases and advises of whereabouts in the following days.