[ Thames Tunnel; Marc Isambard Brunel ] Circular Letter, printed but with MS additions inc. the signature "James Bandinel", and correspondent's name "Col Barry", referring to the printed products of a meeting of the "Friends to the Thames Tunnel".

Author: 
James Bandinel [ Thames Tunnel; Foreign Office, London, superintendant of the slave trade
Publication details: 
Committee Room; 29 Bridge Street: Blackfriars, [ 11th Aug 1828 ] Date in MS.
£500.00
SKU: 22411

One page, 4to, bifolium, edges dusted, with other minor staining, text clear and complete. Text as follows, Manuscript (i.e. Bandinel's additions) indicated by square brackets: [11 Aug 1828] || [Sir] | The Committee appointed by the general meeting of Friends to the Thames Tunnel Undertaking respectfully beg leave to enclose to [you] a copy of the Resolutions of that Meeting, together with a Report of the Directors; an Extract from the proceedings of the Company, and a form of the Debentures to be issued to Subscribers, in the earnest hope that the Understanding may be deemed worthy of [Your] support; - and they will be happy to be honoured with a favourable answer. | I have the honor to be: | [Sir] | [Your] most obedient Servant [James Bandinel] | Hony Secretary. [Col Barry]"