to members of the Anthropological
Institute, as they will get the papers
in the Journal. But on the other
hand you might send them to all
members of the Folklore Society
who are not members of the
Anthropological Institute. In
sending out your Folklore papers
I of course did just the

Mr Rogers was paid £2"10"6
for sending out the Folklore
papers; and you sent me
£15, which leaves a balance
in your favour of £12"9"6.
I enclose a Banker's draft
for the sum, and hope it will
reach you safely. Please let me
know when it comes to hand.

I fear that at the Anthrop. Inst. they are
proceeding very leisurely in the
publication of your papers. They
were sent in by me as soon
as I got them, in August
and September (so far as I
remember), and here we are in

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