Reference numberMS/426/628
Alternative reference numberMS/426 p142
TitleCopy letter from W [William] Sharpey, Secretary of the Royal Society; to Lord John Manners
Date19 April 1858
DescriptionInforms of the news that a substantial amount of earth was dug widening the area behind Burlington House in the year before last. These have been deposited on the roots of trees in the lawn of the House and have been found to be hazardous to them. Writes to the Office of Works to remove this soil. [See MS/426/647]
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