To Bryceson Brothers & Co. [after June 1868?]1
As I am informed that you have not received full payment for the organ, which was ordered by the Revd Mr Horsman for the church of this Parish,2 & as I am further informed that you very properly wish to sue him, I write to say that I have been told that his address is 1 Elm Court Temple G. But I suspect that this address is only for letters.3 Some months ago my servant saw him repeatedly in the neighbourhood of Cavendish Sqr, & I have just learned by an odd accident that the address where he lives or did recently live is 20 Harley St. Cavendish Sq,4 & there he could possibly be caught. I shd be glad if the information – of any service to you in recovering your just debt & in punishing the man.
Sir | Your obd servt | Ch. Darwin
Reports the whereabouts of S. J. O’H. Horsman, who has failed to pay for an organ he ordered.
Please cite as
Darwin Correspondence Project, “Letter no. 6526,” accessed on 30 April 2016, http://www.darwinproject.ac.uk/DCP-LETT-6526