Reference numberMC/11/266
TitleLetter from J Wm [James William] Wilson, Clerk to the Authority, Louth Union, Rural Sanitary Committee, Louth, to Walter White, [Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society], Burlington House, London
CreatorWilson; James William (1811-1894); British solicitor; clerk to the Louth Poor Law Union
Date13 November 1878
DescriptionAsking whether the Society would be willing to sell the whole or part of the close of pasture land at Mablethorpe. The Rural Sanitary Authority has approved a scheme of sewerage and sewage disposal which would be carried out there.
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