Navy Office, 22d August, 1787.
In Answer to Your Letter of the 18th of May last, requiring to be furnished with a State of the Quantity of Timber that has been cut for the Use of the Navy, in the several Forests, Parks, and Chases belonging to the Crown, since the Year 1730, to the latest Period, distinguishing
|Your most obedient,|
|Commissioners of Land Revenue.||CHAs MIDDLETON,|
The following is an abstract of the Accounts transmitted with the foregoing Letter.
ABSTRACT of Accounts transmitted by the Navy Board to the Commissioner of the Land Revenue, shewing the Quantity of Timber supplied from each of His Majesty's Forests, for the Use of the Navy, from the Year 1730 to 1787, and at what Yards delivered.
|From what Forest||Where delivered.||Quantity.||Totals.|
|O A K T I M B E R.|
|Wittlewood and Salcey Forest||Deptford||6,758||44||6,758||44|
|B E E C H T I M B E R.|
Transcribed by Lars Bruzelius
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