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Document number: 5230
Date: Tue
Recipient: TALBOT William Henry Fox
Author: AWDRY William Henry
Collection: British Library, London, Manuscripts - Fox Talbot Collection
Last updated: 7th March 2015


Dear Sir,

Mr Fussell’s Son <1> paid me his Rent – yesterday – He mentioned about the Plantation & it the payment was deferr’d till the measure was ascertained – wch can now be settled – I will inform him what you are likely to want for next year –

I find that the Building wch we saw from the South Terrace – is a Malt house which two of the Bartons are erecting on some Land belonging to their family, in the Lane leading from Bewley Common <2> to Nash Hill <3>

I am Dear Sir Yr Obliged Servt
W. H. Awdry

P. S.
I paid to your Acct at Messrs Gundry’s,<4> last night – £500–

W. H. F. Talbot Esq
Lacock Abbey


1. The son of Stephen Fussell, church warden.

2. Bewley Common, Wiltshire, 1 mi E of Lacock.

3. Nash Hill, also Naish Hill, a hill and farm 1 mi NE of Lacock, Wiltshire.

4. Gundrey & Co.

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