Report – Robert Stagg – 30 Jun 1816

Document Type: Report
Date: 30 Jun 1816
Correspondent: Robert Stagg
Archive Source: Cumbria RO DPH 2/81
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Emmanuel Nattrass & Co are opening out a level which has been allowed to run together and which has thrown the water upon Col. Beaumont’s mines thereby subjecting the company to an action for damages which the Col.’s agents have lately been threatening it is also necessary to be opened for the more advantageous picking of the upper sills it is expected to be completed in about a year.
Thomas Dodd died on April 10th 1816 Aged 64 years. Robert Stagg took his position as general superintendant of the lead mining districts in the North.

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