Letter from Leonard Raisbeck, Stockton to John Rennie

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1812-09-29
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A note to Rennie from Raisbeck accepts the terms, and informs him ‘the Committee have desired me to say they will be glad if you will make it convenient to undertake the proposed survey’.

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RAIS/3/3/5
Transcription:
Dr. Sir

In reply to your favour of the 7th inst the Committee have desired me to say they will be glad if you will make it convenient to undertake the proposed survey either on your way to, or return from, Whitehaven. You will therefore be so good as fix your own time & if you’ll assure me of it I will summon the Committee to meet you at Darlington to communicate the necessary Instructions __ I’ll trouble you to bring the papers I transmitted to you & I am Dr Sir

Leonard Raisbeck
John Rennie Esq. Stockton 29 Sept 1812

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