[ Earl of Dundonald ] Secretarial Letter and Notes (probably) Signed twice "Dundonald" to Commodore T[homas] Bennett, [Commodore in Charge, Naval Establishments, Jamaica.]

Admiral Thomas Cochrane, 10th Earl of Dundonald (1775 – 1860),
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Wellesley, at Bermuda, 7 January 1849 [added: 3 Feb. ditto].

Two pages, folio, good condition, tape adhering to one edge (as formerly tipped into something)., comprising Note Signed "Dundonald" as follows: I have to acknowledge the receipt of your letter numbered from 73 to 79, with their respective enclosures, as particularized on the other side hereof, and I approve of your proceedings." On the reverse, columnised information (No.

[Printed pamphlet with introduction by Bedford Pim.] Descriptive Account of Captain Bedford Pim's Project for an International Atlantic and Pacific Junction Railway across Nicaragua. Report and Estimate of Cost. By John Collinson, C.E.

John Collinson, C.E.; Admiral Bedford Pim (1826-1886) [Captain Sir Edward Belcher; International Atlantic and Pacific Junction Railway across NIcaragua; J. E. Taylor & Co., London publisher]
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London: Printed by J. E. Taylor & Co., Little Queen Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields. 1866.

26pp., 8vo. Stitched. In printed wraps. With 54 x 33 cm fold-out map at rear ('Map of the World shewing the Transit across Nicaragua proposed by Captn. Bedford Pim, R.N. Being the most direct connection for Atlantic and Pacific Traffic.') and two plates ('Pim's Bay, Monkey Pt. Mosquito. Sketched as by Commander Bedford Pim, R.N. F.R.C.S. Assoc. Inst. C.E. assisted by Mr. A. J. Armstrong, Master, R.N.'; 'Central America. Point Realejo. Surveyed by Capt. Sir Edw. Belcher, C.B.').

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