Letter from Francis Mewburn, Darlington to Leonard Raisbeck

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1827-11-15
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Discusses the deposit of plans and refers to Raisbeck's notes on the canal and a resulting alteration.

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1 item
Identifier:
RAIS/4/2/5
Transcription:
Dear Sir

I sent you a copy of the book of reference to the Plan of the proposed Branches, and I will thank you to return it me direct so soon as you have examined it. As the Plan is to be deposited on the 27th inst. you will most particularly oblige me by returning me the list and the accompanying Plan. On the 23rd at latest – You will please to address to my remark endorsed on the back of the list.

I am told that [illegible] [illegible] is in [illegible] not [illegible] – I understand from you to it was with [illegible] Parish – but as from your notes respecting the Canal you entertain some doubt. I thought you would have [illegible] that doubt to me and suggested the an alteration conformably with your own notice.

It was Garratt with who was [illegible] by a [illegible] journey to Durham you may recollect [word obscured by remains of wax seal] an account of it in the Durham Advt. the other week.

Yours faithfully

Fra Mewburn

The wife intends to accompany me to London in Feby. Can you ascertain for me to difference in experience between private [illegible] and a reasonable [illegible]

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