Reference numberMS/710/52
TitleLetter from William Jory Henwood, Perran Wharf, to Robert Were Fox, Falmouth
Date22 June 1830
DescriptionThanks Fox for his advice. He has missed the post of manager at a gas works but hopes for a position in a woollen manufactory. Relays various queries from the editor of the Falmouth paper. Notes comments by Goodrich on government steam boat engines and states his belief in the superiority of Watt steam engines over the Cornish type.
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NA7596Henwood; William Jory (1805 - 1875)1805 - 1875
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