D’Hulst to Naville, April 12, 1887
 Royal Hotel, Cairo
 April 12th 87
 My dear Sir
 I have forwarded to-day the box, as
 requested to Mr. Petrie at Bedraschein. You
 forgot to tell me how you would settle the
 bill (three times 36 shillings) with Mr. Petrie,
 I suppose it will be best you arrange that
 through Mr. Griffith. As I told you I shall
 take the boxes over at the same price when
 I shall go to Nebesheh. I have seen Mr.
 Coghill to-day; I can get rid of part of the
 stores for his engineer, as he will have
 to take stores.
 All what Mr. Petrie required I found
 with the exception of one tin
s in one of the
 boxes at Mr. Large’s. I also spoke to Mr.
 Large about the bill & he told me: The
 boxes of Mr. Petrie & Mr. Griffith had been
 given into his charge without that he
 had been told <that> they were private property
 and as neither of those gentlemen had
 an account with him he naturally con-
 cluded that the boxes belonged to the Fund
 & he had booked them accordingly. Mr.
 Large has promised however to rearrange
 our account. I suppose I am right to say
 there are only two boxes of Mr. Griffith’s
 at Large’s?
 I remain My dear Sir
 Yours faithfully
 Riamo d’Hulst
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1. El-Badrashein or al-Badrashin
Bibliothèque de Genève, Ms. fr. 2542, f. 227