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ROBSON, John
Sir, in consequence of Mr. Treadgold, surveyor to the honourable the Commissioners of Sewers for Westminster, &c. having given a circular notice of his intended resignation, I take the liberty of soliciting the favor of your vote and interest, in my behalf, ...
London: Reynell, printer, [1816].
[4] p. ; 24.5 cm. (4°)

Drop-head title. Signed at end 'John Robson' and dated 'No. 2, Great Marlborough-street, July 8th, 1816'. A letter of application to succeed William Treadgold in the position of Surveyor to the Commissioners of Sewers of Westminster, in consequence of Treadgold's circular letter announcing his intended resignation dated 4 July 1816 (q.v.).

Copy Notes Previously folded as a letter addressed in ink to John Soane Esqre / Lincolns Inn fields.

Binding Folded paper.

Reference Number 6075


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