Letter from Edward Pease, Darlington to Leonard Raisbeck, Stockton-upon-Tees

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Correspondence between Leonard Raisbeck, Joseph Pease and Edward Pease
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1828-01-25
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Raisbeck, Leonard
Letter from Edward Pease, Darlington to Leonard Raisbeck Letter from Edward Pease, Darlington to Leonard Raisbeck

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Letter from Edward Pease, Darlington to Leonard Raisbeck
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Letter from Edward Pease, Darlington to Leonard Raisbeck
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Regarding opposition to the railway company by the people of Stockton, mentioning Tennant's report and Langdale. Astonished at the opposition to the plans of the Stockton and Darlington Railway and that they favour 'Tennant's mad scheme' instead which would be 'tenfold more ruinous than our own'. Additional note discusses the possible introductions of a clause into the bill regarding foreign vessels and British vessels carrying foreign cargoes.

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