No problem, and I hope it didn’t sound like a criticism. Guardian articles are available to everybody online, so I thought the link might be useful. The Times is trying a different model by charging for online access.
Maybe I should have said that I get my Times from my newsagent in the UK. Don't know what a paywall is!
The Times article is behind a paywall (for subscribers only), but the Guardian has the same story openly available.
Delighted to see from this morning's Times that, as a result of all the opposition, the folios have been withdrawn from sale.
Best to all,
> Date: Wed, 4 Sep 2013 16:01:54 -0400
> From: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Petition
> To: [log in to unmask]
> The following message is from Alexandra Johnston:
> Please find below the link to the petition being circulated by the
> Bibliographical Society concerning the proposed sale of the University
> of London's copy of the first four Shakespeare folios. I also attach a
> letter from Professor Henry Woudhuysen of Lincoln College Oxford to
> Christopher Pressler outlining his objections to the sale*//* .Yesterday
> there were 20 signatures and the number is growing. Please consider
> being part of this effort.