Minutes Tue 18 Dec 1860

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Tue 18 Dec 1860


Elizabeth Clutterbuck claimed shares nos.36,106,126, will of Samuel Clutterbuck.
Mr Augustus Matthews and Mr G. Nurse made representation with regard to charge made for vitriol brought up canal for use in manufacture of artificial manure. Resolved that no alternation be made in charge.
Clerk to write letter to Captain Clegram requesting that mud be removed from Whitminster Feeder. Complaint made by traders of obstruction.

Verbatim text

At a Meeting of the Committee of the Stroudwater Navigation held at the Committee Room at Wallbridge on Tuesday the eighteenth day of December 1860
Present: M^r C Hawker, M^r T M Croome Chairman, J H Warman, C Hooper, F Eycott, N S Marling, H Harris, C H Fisher.
M^r C Hawker of Spilmans Court in the Parish of Rodborough in the County of Gloucester Gentleman attended on behalf of Elizabeth Clutterbuck of S^t Mary's in the Parish of Minchinhampton in the aforesaid County Widow and made out her Claim as Executrix under the Will of the late Samuel Clutterbuck of S^ Mary's aforesaid Esq^r deceased to three Shares numbered respectively 36, 106 & 126 of the Undertaking of the Stroudwater Navigation lately belonging to and now standing in the name of the said S^l Clutterbuck deceased in the books of the C^o of Proprietors of the Stroudwater Navigation by producing the Probate of the Will of the said S^l Clutterbuck bearing date the 22^d day of September 1854 and proved in her Majesty's Court of Probate in the District Registry of Gloucester on the 20^th day of November 1860 and also producing the said Tickets or Titles to the said Shares and the Claim was admitted accordingly and new Tickets ordered to be made out.
M^r Augustus Matthews & M^r G Nurse attended and made a representation with regard to the Charge made for Vitriol brought up the Canal for the purpose of being used in the Manufacture of artificial Manure to the same effect as specified in the Minute of 17^th July last.
The Committee having heard their statement and finding that there was no fresh circumstances in the case resolved that no alteration be made in the Charge and they were informed so accordingly.
Ordered that the Clerk write a letter to Capt^n Clegram requesting that the mud may be removed from the Whitminster Feeder in consequence of a complaint made by the Traders of obstructions at the spot.
Ordered that the following Bills be paid:
N A Partridge 1 Qr's Salary due 21^st Dec^r: 30..0..0
N Driver 1 Qr's Salary due 21^st Dec^r: 20..0..0
J Burbidge 1 Qr's Salary due 20 Dec^r: 15..0..0
B Brewer Smith's Work: 5..19..9
S^l Rowles Bricks: 3..3..0
W Knee Coal for Office: 3..15..0
N A Partridge Petty Cash: 1..3..6

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