The British Journal of Photography. Advertisement and general Business department, 32 Castle Street, Liverpool
March 25th 1864
Referring to our brief conversation in the railway Carriage on Wednesday afternoon last, I beg to give you Mr Shadbolts address in case you are not acquainted with it.– It is George Shadbolt, 2, Upper Hornsey Rise, London, N.–
If you desire your communication to appear in next [sic] No it would be Necessary that it should reach Mr Shadbolt on Monday next. –
I am sure Mr S will be glad to have the disputed point – which is being also warmly debated in the American Journals also – Who was the discoverer of the use of bromine in Photography? – set at rest now and for ever.
I cannot doubt for a Moment that you will furnish such evidence as will satisfy the minds of all on the subject –
Publisher of the British Journal of Photography
Hon H. Fox Talbot