Reference numberMS/426/649
Alternative reference numberMS/426 p146
TitleCopy letter from Walter White, Clerk of the Royal Society; to the same [Lord John Manners]
Date28 September 1858
DescriptionBeen instructed by Charles Weld to inform John Manners that dry rot was present in the doorway of the kitchen of Burlington house before the Royal Society took residence. The rot has reached such an extend as to cause a part of the wood to fall and the surrounding areas to require repairs. Asks if the necessary repairs can be executed.
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Related records in the catalogueMS/426/722
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