Letter from John Rennie, Doncaster to George Riesbeck, Stockton-upon-Tees

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1812-10-21
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Leonard Raisbeck Archive

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Rennie informs Raisbeck that he is soon to be in town.

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1 item
Identifier:
RAIS/3/3/6
Transcription:
Doncaster Oct’r 21st 1812
Dear Sir,
I expected that I should be detained at this place nearly a week & therefore meant to have given you so much notice of my intention of visiting Stockton – but on my arrival here this morning I find the Survey is so far behind that I cannot complete my business here at this time & therefore I shall set out for Stockton tomorrow evening so as to get to ???bridge for the night & afterwards I shall have nothing to detain me on the Road. I expect therefore to be at Stockton on the evening of the 23rd or early in the middle of the 24th. I am sorry the notice I have been able to give you is so short. I hope however no (illegible) inconvenience will arise from this.

Dear Sir
Your Ob’n. Ser.
John Rennie

Leo. Raisbeck Esq.
Stockton

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