Letter – George Crawhall to William Bee – 11 Jul 1839

Document Type: Letter
Date: 11 Jul 1839
Correspondent: George Crawhall
Recipient: William Bee
Archive Source: NRO 2762
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To Willm Bee - Clerk to the Board of Highways

      Newhouse July 11th 1839

Dear Sir

      I received your letter of the 9th inst containing the orders at a Vestry meeting held at St John's Chapel on the 6th inst fixed upon by the Board of Highways.

      The Orders are 1st - That the part of the Road leaving Redburn Gate to Shorngate Cross which is situated in the Forest Quarter be made, and carried by a majority.

      2nd   It was moved that application be made by the Board to the Agents of T.W.Beaumont Esq to apply to him for Assistance towards making the said Road, which was carried unanimously.

      In reply to the above, I have great pleasure to inform you that T.W.Beaumont will pay one half of the expense of making the said Road, on condition that his Agents be allowed to set out the said Line of Road.

      Your Obt Servt

      George Crawhall
NRO 2762 Box C97

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