Two letters following addresses made at the Congress of the Sanitary Institute

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Addresses made at the Congress of the Sanitary Institute held at Newcastle on Tyne Nov 1896 by the Duke of Cambridge and Sir Andrew Noble.

Letter dated 10 Nov 1896. Written by the Equerry of the Duke of Cambridge in answer to Henry J Wilson's letter dated 7 Nov 1896 to say that the Duke had no report of the speech he made in Newcastle; he formed his opinion from facts which had been brought to his notice. Probably Sir WA Mackinnon could give a good deal of information on the subject.

Letter dated 12 Nov 1896 from Sir Andrew Noble to Henry J Wilson

The object of his brief remarks was to 'induce the Sanitary Institute...to make an enquiry into the subject which I believe to be of national importance'

Administrative / Biographical History

Biog: Mr Tillyard, Mr Percy Bunting, Dr Lunn, Rev G Armstrong Bennett