Letter from D M Peacock, Stainton to Leonard Raisbeck, Stockton-upon-Tees on management committee resolutions

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1828-07-21
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D M Peacock expresses his displeasure with the committee's resolution.

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RAIS/4/3/1
Transcription:
My dear Sir

I beg you to feel yourself entirely unfettered so far as I am concerned. I have washed by hands of the business and I am sorry that I even interposed so far as to hand over to you the resolution of the committee, with which I have just cause to be displeased. The original resolution ascribed to the general meeting must have been passed when we were out of the room. Had it been proposed openly while you were present, as it ought to have been, you would have had an opportunity of entering into explanations: and I don’t wonder at your refusing to answer the requisition till you have drawn the attention of a general meeting to the subject and also stated your just demands upon the company, which certainly come down to the close of your ineffectual attempt to introduce the restrictive clause. I remain dear Sir

Yours truly

D M Peacock

Stainton July 21

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