Diary – James Losh – 28 Feb 1828

Document Type: Diary
Date: 28 Feb 1828
Correspondent: James Losh
Archive Source: SS Losh Diaries
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(Monthly summary) (On the duties of his Auditorship viz.) ‘to examine the accounts of the different Stewards and Agents and to keep a general superintendence over them’.   It is not expected that I should take any part in the detail of the business, except in renewing the agreement with the Bishop of Durham and perhaps also negotiating (should it be required) with Dr. Phillpotts...
February monthly summary.   The notes within the two sets of round brackets at the beginning are those of the editor of the Surtees Society volume.  Dr. Phillpotts was the rector of Stanhope.   Hughes did not publish the whole of this diary entry

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