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Document number: 1834
Date: 06 Jun 1829
Recipient: TALBOT William Henry Fox
Author: HARRISON Henry
Collection: British Library, London, Manuscripts - Fox Talbot Collection
Collection number historic: LA29-67
Last updated: 15th September 2013

Park Street
June 6. 1829

Sir

I am very sorry to find by your letter that you have had so much trouble with Messrs Bramah <1> about the Water Engine, or rather the experimental model which they made

They have changed a great deal too much, and one of the Partners whom I saw on the subject a long time ago, agreed that the price should be reduced

If you will therefore have the goodness to send me their Acct I will see them on the business and make such an arrangement, as I am sure will be satisfactory to you

I am Sir Your very obed Srt
Henry Harrison

Park Street
6 June 1829


Notes:

1. The engineering firm descended from Joseph Bramah (17481814), inventor and pioneer of hydraulics.

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