Letters. 1833-1850.


Rennie, George, 1791-1866. Letters.

Letters. 1833-1850.

A.L.S. (1833 Oct. 11, Whitehall Place) to Charles Lawrence, A.L.S. (1837 Aug. 18, London) to Vogel de Vogelstein, A.L.S. (1848 Dec. 5, Whitehall Place) to James Lich concerning electric light, and A.L.S. (1850 May 24, Holland Street) paying a bill.

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Rennie, George, 1791-1866

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George Rennie was born in London on 3 December 1791. He was educated at the University of Edinburgh. In 1811 he joined his father's engineering practice, where he remained until 1818. From 1818 to 1826 he was inspector of machinery and clerk of the irons at the Royal Mint. On the death of his father Rennie entered into practice with his brother. At the firm Rennie was responsible for the construction of the Grosvenor Bridge over the River Dee at Chester and several railway projects. He was also ...

Dibner, Bern.

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