Reference number148/5/136
DescriptionJoseph Kay, Gower Street, to George Thornhill Esq. Jun. Hemingford, St. Ives. Hunts. Deputation of Messrs. Cubit Pocock, King and Clark to see Mr. MacWilliam. All necessary information given to Mr. Jones regarding action against George Thornhill's father and all agreed no basis for it. A favourable contract made for the Company about the Gravel, and now that there has been a frost chalk can be laid. Bargain with Curtis final, will take possession after Lady Day, by which time Road Co. should have finished the lay-bye. Possibility of forming another lay-bye?, especially as Pocock may make an offer for the property adjoining Curtis's. Desirability of a sewer. Mr. Pocock taking more land on lease of £25 p.a.
Date4 Jan. 1827
CreatorNameThornhill Collection
RepositoryHuntingdonshire Archives

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