Pig Iron letter

Bessemer to JC Bayley, 31 Oct 1871, relaying that he unable to visit London but hopes to see Bayley at another time. He refers to improvements "to affect matters" in pig iron. He will notify Bayley in the event of any success and wishes him and George Brown well in their business.

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