These come in the form of two letters, both written by Sir David William Smith baronet, property manager of the Duke of Northumberland, to Thorp and Dickson, solicitors. The first, dated 7th October 1830, to Thorp and Dickson relates to the question whether they should charge the gas company for the fees of the license. [...]
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A letter dated at Alnwick 16th August 1828 written by Sir David William Smith Bart, property manager to the Duke of Northumberland, addressed to Messrs Thorp and Dickson, solicitors. He states ‘there have been several complaints against the owners of the little patteraros for firing in the streets, as well from traders where horses have [...]