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CROSSE, Thomas
Sir, The office of Surveyor for the District of St. Mary Matfellon, otherwise Whitechapel, in the county of Middlesex, having become vacant by the death of Mr. William Crowshaw, I humbly beg leave to solicit the honor of your vote and interest, to succeed him in that situation. ... I have the honor to be, Sir, your greatly obliged and obedient servant, Thomas Crosse. ...
[London]: H. Reynell, printer, 21, Piccadilly, [1807].
[4] p. ; 25.0 cm. (4°)

Half-sheet, folded, p. [2] and conjugate leaf blank. Page [1] headed 'Kensington, 1st August, 1807.' A letter of the same date in support of his son's candidature is printed below and signed in ink H M[?]Crosse.

Copy Notes Formerly folded and sealed as a letter, p. [4] addressed in ink to John Soane Esq / Lincolns Inn / Fields. Bound (8) in a collection of pamphlets.

Binding Later C19th marbled-paper boards, maroon grained binder's cloth spine, direct-lettered in gilt 'Pamphlets'. Numbered '64' in a series of pamphlet volumes.

Reference Number 2018


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