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Letter from John Waugh, gamekeeper on Knockgray, The Ligget

Item

ExC_56.jpg

Title

Letter from John Waugh, gamekeeper on Knockgray, The Ligget

Description

Sir,
I beg to inform you that I have taken estimates for the Dyke at the Ligget James Guffie 7 shillings per rood, William McCulloch 7 shillings per rood, Thomas McCulloch and Andrew McCormick 6 shillings and ninepence per rood the most of the stones will be bad to get. I have put in the ball plants at the Ligget the high winds is very severe on them there has been a very severe frost and snow here and very stormy weather since the thaw. Mr Paterson of Muirdrochwood desired me to say the days corsing was to be as soon as the weather would answer if we would have the liberty of crosing your land as formerley
Your humble servant,
John Waugh

Identifier

ExC_56

Contributor

CK

Date

February 4th 1869

Transcribed by

AR

Citation

I&MS, “Letter from John Waugh, gamekeeper on Knockgray, The Ligget,” Carsphairn Archive, accessed June 22, 2024, https://carsphairn.org/CarsphairnArchive/items/show/3937.