Letter from Thomas Meynell, Yarm to Leonard Raisbeck, Stockton

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1829-02-09
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Thomas Meynell writes to Leonard Raisbeck to inform him he 'can not any longer refuse attending' the upcoming General Meeting for the Stockton and Darlington Railway. He requests to meet Raisbeck early at the company offices to sound him out about the proposed plans under discussion.

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1 item
Identifier:
RAIS/4/5/8
Transcription:
My Dear Sir
After receiving your letter I cannot any longer refuse attending the meeting tomorrow I therefore trouble you to say that I shall hope to see you at the Inn previous to appearing at the Railway Office as I should like to know a little more of the intended plans of the Comp’y and also of the opinions of the Stockton Proprietors & c

I remain my d’r Sir
yours faithfully
T Meynell

Monday night
9 Feb 1829

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