Frederick Fox, item 16

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at the same time present no difficulties

I was delayed in sending the application for my Shop

Foreman owing to the fact he had not advised

me fully of his address etc + i am afraid that

If I could have come across him at any time between

Tuesday Morning + the receipt of his letter at

noon on Thursday  something would have been

said, I was able to make out a very good case

to submit to the Minister of Munition I took out

the whole of our turnover for 1915 + from Jan 1

to the 22nd of May 1916. also the amount of work

in hand on the date of application these I divided

into the 3 Classes A.B. C + the amount of

work done under class b was a very small

percentage, I also wrote where possible

asking for certificates for the work I had in hand

The Bfd Electricity Works sent me 3 certificates

class A the rest are Class B Leaving me with 

only about L 4/0/0 value in orders under Class

C, all this I included in my application & 

although I have had so many disappointments

over this matter I feel satisfied that this

presents more prospects of success than any of

our previous efforts further I feel sure I have the

support of the Labor Exchange in this matter

Still do not expect to much but hope for the

best & if I do not succeed we can

console ourselves with the thought that the

best has been done possible in a difficult

situation & what ever else you do do not take

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at the same time present no difficulties

I was delayed in sending the application for my Shop

Foreman owing to the fact he had not advised

me fully of his address etc + i am afraid that

If I could have come across him at any time between

Tuesday Morning + the receipt of his letter at

noon on Thursday  something would have been

said, I was able to make out a very good case

to submit to the Minister of Munition I took out

the whole of our turnover for 1915 + from Jan 1

to the 22nd of May 1916. also the amount of work

in hand on the date of application these I divided

into the 3 Classes A.B. C + the amount of

work done under class b was a very small

percentage, I also wrote where possible

asking for certificates for the work I had in hand

The Bfd Electricity Works sent me 3 certificates

class A the rest are Class B Leaving me with 

only about L 4/0/0 value in orders under Class

C, all this I included in my application & 

although I have had so many disappointments

over this matter I feel satisfied that this

presents more prospects of success than any of

our previous efforts further I feel sure I have the

support of the Labor Exchange in this matter

Still do not expect to much but hope for the

best & if I do not succeed we can

console ourselves with the thought that the

best has been done possible in a difficult

situation & what ever else you do do not take


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  • November 9, 2017 21:58:04 Thomas A. Lingner

    at the same time present no difficulties

    I was delayed in sending the application for my Shop

    Foreman owing to the fact he had not advised

    me fully of his address etc + i am afraid that

    If I could have come across him at any time between

    Tuesday Morning + the receipt of his letter at

    noon on Thursday  something would have been

    said, I was able to make out a very good case

    to submit to the Minister of Munition I took out

    the whole of our turnover for 1915 + from Jan 1

    to the 22nd of May 1916. also the amount of work

    in hand on the date of application these I divided

    into the 3 Classes A.B. C + the amount of

    work done under class b was a very small

    percentage, I also wrote where possible

    asking for certificates for the work I had in hand

    The Bfd Electricity Works sent me 3 certificates

    class A the rest are Class B Leaving me with 

    only about L 4/0/0 value in orders under Class

    C, all this I included in my application & 

    although I have had so many disappointments

    over this matter I feel satisfied that this

    presents more prospects of success than any of

    our previous efforts further I feel sure I have the

    support of the Labor Exchange in this matter

    Still do not expect to much but hope for the

    best & if I do not succeed we can

    console ourselves with the thought that the

    best has been done possible in a difficult

    situation & what ever else you do do not take

  • February 20, 2017 22:15:34 Annick Rodriguez

    at the same time present no difficulties  I had

    I was delayed in sending the application for my Shop

    Foreman owing to the fact he had not advised

    me fully of his address eli + i am afraid that

    If I would have come across him at any time between

    Tuesday Morning + the receipt of his letter on the at

    noon on Thursday  something would have been

    said, I was able to make out a very good case

    to submit to the Minister of Munition I took out

    the whole of our turnover for 1915 + from Jan 1

    to the 22nd of May 1916. also the mount of work

    i hand on the dali of application these I divided

    into the 3 Clauses A.B. C + the amount of

    work done under 


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  • 53.7932458||-1.7584099||

    Bradford

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  • Story location Bradford


ID
17084 / 196749
Source
http://europeana1914-1918.eu/...
Contributor
Margaret Usher
License
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June 3, 1916
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