Reference numberMS/426/647
Alternative reference numberMS/426 p146
TitleCopy letter from W [William] Sharpey, Secretary of the Royal Society; to Lord John Manners
Date11 August 1848 [1858]
DescriptionInforms that the state of the lawn behind Burlington house is a waste. Asks for the Department of Works to be given direction to put it in order, or to authorise the Royal and Linnean Societies to get the require work done, at their own expense. [See MS/426/628 and MS/426/648]
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Related records in the catalogueMS/426/628
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