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Document number: 6891
Date: Sat 06 Sep 1845
Recipient: TALBOT William Henry Fox
Author: AWDRY West
Collection: British Library, London, Manuscripts - Fox Talbot Collection
Last updated: 2nd April 2010

Dear Sir,

I have arranged with Farmer Fry to cut the Grass in the Stew Ground<1> at once & afterwards to feed sheep there till Xmas, paying at the rate of 1. per Acre.

Mr Little <2> will attend to your wishes about the Railway on Monday.

I remain dear Sir Your obliged Servt
West Awdry.

Saturday 6 Sepr 1845


Notes:

1. The Nun's ancient stew pond, used for raising fish for the kitchen, located just northeast of Lacock Abbey.

2. Mr. Little is mentioned in other letters about the railway but nowhere identified.

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