Reference numberMC/1/222
TitleLetter from R. Byham, Office of Ordnance, to Davies Gilbert, President of the Royal Society, 45 Bridge Street, Westminster
Date3 May 1830
DescriptionIn response to a letter from the Society, which enclosed a request from W. J. A. Lloyd for permission to have standard marks required in his Survey of the River Thames and a loan of a waterproof tent. Byham additionally references castings made in the Royal Brass Foundry at Woolwich.
[Paper has faint watermark of woman with shield, fleur de lille and a mace.]
Access statusOpen
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NA8707Gilbert; Davies (1767-1839)1767-1839
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