Letter, in a secretarial hand, signed by P. A. Latham, secretary of the Nevada Land and Cattle Company, Limited, to Sir James Kitson, regarding his '1000 shares', enclosing a printed circular by Latham on the Company's behalf.
Both items good, on lightly-aged paper. LETTER: 4to, 2 pp. He is enclosing the 'circular letter recently sent out to all the shareholders of this Company, whose shares are not fully paid', but as Kitson has 'paid in full in advance of calls on the 1000 shares' in his name 'by way of Loan to the Company', he informs him of the sum to be transferred to his account. On 3 April 1889 Kitson's 'loan a/c will be closed and your shares will be fully paid'. CIRCULAR: 4to, 1 p. Addressed 'To the Shareholders of THE NEVADA LAND AND CATTLE COMPANY, LIMITED.' Begins: 'In order to enable the Company to carry out the improvements detailed in the Report of the Chairman of the Company, after his visit to Nevada, dated September 10th last, the Directors have decided to call up the balance of the Capital, [...]'. For more about the Company, incorporated under the Joint Stock Companies Acts with registered office and place of business in London, see 'Nevada's Northeast Frontier' by Patterson, Ulph and Goodwin (1969).