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Document number: 1900
Date: 24 Nov 1829
Recipient: TALBOT William Henry Fox
Collection: British Library, London, Manuscripts - Fox Talbot Collection
Collection number historic: LA29-134
Last updated: 15th September 2013

24 Novemr 1829


We are favored with your letter <1> of 22nd Instant, and agreeably to your desire have the pleasure to hand you enclosed a Bank Note value Twenty Pounds No 7289 – 4 Septr

We shall also pay Mr Harrison <2> fifty pounds on your account

We have the honor to be Sir, Your most ob. Servants
Hammersley & Co

W.H.F. Talbot Esq


1. Letter not located.

2. Henry Harrison (1785?-1865), London architect who was being consulted about proposed changes to the South Front of Lacock Abbey. He was active the parish of St James’s, London, which included Sackville Street. Around 1830, he worked on WHFT’s uncle, Sir Charles Lemon's Carclew House, Cornwall.

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