Harnham, Blandford, & Dorchester Turnpike.[An Adjourned] Meeting of the Trustees of this Turnpike, will be holden at [Woodyates Inn] on [Wednesday] the [14th] day of [June instant] at the hour of Twelve o'clock at noon, for [the geneal purposes of the Trust, and also to take into consideration the application from Lord Radnor for further compensation for his portion of Land taken into the new line at Harnham Hill] where the favour of your attendance is requested. I remain, Sir, Your Obedient Servant, J.T. King, Clerk to the Trustees of the Eastern Division, Blandford, the [1st] day of June] 18.
Engraved invitation with mss ink fill, rare. 4pp. Verso in ink The Rev'd Rob Corn Tarrant Hinton. Folded.
An invition to a meeting of the trust governing the turnpike betwen Salisbury and Dorchester, now the A354. The venue, the Woodyates Inn, was an important coaching inn.
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