Journal entry – John Grey – 19 Jun 1833

Document Type: Journal entry
Date: 19 Jun 1833
Correspondent: John Grey
Archive Source: TNA ADM 80 18
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Wednesday 19th June 1833

	Went to Newcastle – transacted business at the Bank. Had an interview with the Solicitor and consulted with Major Johnson, Lessee of Scremerston Colliery, about cleaning out & repairing the Sea Drift, according to Mr Fenwicks recommendation, for which he, Major Johnson is to obtain proposals from Workmen – Returned to Corbridge by Throckley in the evening.

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