Reference numberMC/4/313
TitleLetter from Thomas Young, East Acton, to [Charles Richard] Weld, [Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society]
Date14 January 1850
DescriptionRegarding an increase in rent payment without obtaining more land belonging to the Society. The rent was hiked after a survey undertaken by Mr Newton on one of the Royal Society's properties. Young requests the rent be lowered to the former price of £60.

[Responded to by Weld on 16 January 1850 with follow-up question.]
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Related records in the catalogueMS/426/403
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