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Famine letter

No. 3728

Admiralty, 22nd. Feby. 1847.

Sir
I have to acknowledge the receipt of your letter dated this day offering your Services in the event of Naval Surgeons being employed in Ireland in alleviating the distresses of the Inhabitants; and in reply acquaint you that a note has been made of your offer of Service in case it should be required

I am Sir
Your humble Servant
W Burnett
Director General RN

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Dr. Wm. Loney M.D.
Surgeon R.N.
St. Mary le Bone Infirmary
New Road, London

The signatory is Director-General Sir William Burnett.


Famine letter

No. 3860

Admiralty, 5th. March 1847.

Sir
As your services may shortly be required in Ireland ; I have to desire that you will hold yourself in readiness to proceed immediately you are required to do so; and that you will acknowledge the receipt of this letter by return of post.

I am Sir
Your humble Servant

I am Sir
Your humble Servant
W Burnett
Director General RN

_____________________

Dr. Wm. Loney M.D.
Surgeon R.N.
St. Marylebone Infirmary
New Road

The signatory is Director-General Sir William Burnett.


Famine letter

Admiralty, 15th. March 1847

Sir
I am directed by Sir William Burnett to inform you that your Services may be required in Ireland at the shortest notice; and to signify his desire that you will hold yourself prepared accordingly,

I am Sir
Your humble Servant
W. Fossett

_____________________

Dr. Wm. Loney
Surgeon R.N.

The signatory is First Class Clerk William K. Fossett.


Famine letter

This letter & the two preceeding will serve to show hereafter, the agitation into which the subject matter of them threw the authorities at this period
W.L.


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