Letter – James Milner to Mark Skelton – 7 Mar 1793

Document Type: Letter
Date: 7 Mar 1793
Correspondent: James Milner
Recipient: Mark Skelton
Archive Source: WYAS BEA C3 B16 7
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Dr Sir/	

As it may be some time before you and Mr. Beaumont return from Town, Hope you will determine and inform me before you set off to allow me some Timber along with the 100£ for the intended improvemts.  at the Manor House, as its now time to prepare the materials. Also inform me when I may look over the Falls of Wood ___

I am Dr Sir Most sincerely Yours

      Jams. Milner

Flockton 7th Mar. 1793
addressed only to Mr Skelton, so unclear whether Mark or John, but Milner’s name was mentioned in a letter to Mark Skelton later that year

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