Novr 17h <1>
I am much obliged to you for the information contained in your letter of the 12h Instant,<2> which has this day reached me. –
I trust I shall have the advantage of seeing you at the first meeting of the Chippenham Guardians, when I will not fail to bring the subject of the Lacock Poor House before the Board. – If the House be appropriated
for To the common purposes of the Union, fair compensation will of course be made to Lacock parish.
I remain, Dear Sir Very faithfully Yours
f: A: à Court
1. The Chippenham Poor Law Union came into existence in December 1835, overseen by a Board of Guardians. Lacock was to be given two members, establishing the year of this letter. [See Doc. No: 03166, Doc. No: 03169, and Doc. No: 04392].
2. Not located.