4 St Martin’s Place,
Decr 11th 1847.
I have the honour of acquainting you, that you were, on Thursday last, elected a Member of the Royal Society of Literature; in consequence of which, the Laws of the Society require your attendance for admission, at or before the third Meeting from the day of your election.
You will therefore be pleased to attend at four o’Clock in the afternoon on one of the following days.
Thursday, Januy 13th 1848.
<ditto marks x 2> 27th <ditto marks>
<ditto marks> Februy 10th <ditto marks>
or, should your personal attendance on any one of these days be inconvenient, you are requested to comply with the rule provided in such case, page 19, sect. II. of the <illeg> Laws which I have herewith the pleasure of transmitting to you.
I am, Sir,
Your obedient humble Servant,
Henry Fox Talbot Esq.