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SURRY INSTITUTION
Surry Institution, March 30, 1813. ... The income of the Institution having, for several years, fallen short of the expenditure £700 per annum, we, the undersigned, have been appointed a sub-committee to take into consideration the best mode of placing the Institution upon a solid foundation. ...
[London]: [1813].
[4] p. ; 29.8 cm. (2°)

Final verso blank. Drop-head title. Form letter for response and return to printed address of the Institution on final recto. The signatories are Samuel Robinson, Samuel White Sweet, John Steel, George Morley, and John Bowyer Nichols. Soane evidently did not return the form with his name signed against his answers, as requested.

Copy Notes Previously folded as a letter addressed on final verso in ink to John Soane Esq. / Lincolns Inn Fields, red postal frank.

Binding Loose bifolium.

Reference Number 5976


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