James Robertshaw letter

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Address: Colne, [Lancashire]. To George Chapman, engineer, Whitby, [North Riding of] Yorkshire. Reply on behalf of Mr Thornber of Vivary Bridge, [Colne], to a letter of 27 January 1846; refers Chapman to his letter of 8 January (copied on the third page of this letter) in reply to Chapman's of 5 January. Chapman had asked for £20 for use of 'the patent expansion gear', but Thornber had stopped using it, had given Chapman notice of doing so, and was prepared to appear to any process Chapman proposed to issue against him.
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This letter was among the material originally acquired with MS699