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Jonathan Thorp

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Chairman of the Thames Navigation & Port of London Committee in 1857. 

We can’t find a picture of the man but here’s the cup he was presented with, inscribed: “Thames Navigation & Port of London Committee RESOLVED UNANIMOUSLY THAT THIS COMMITTEE FEEL MUCH PLEASURE in tendering TO JONATHAN THORP ESQr the expression OF THEIR CORDIAL THANKS FOR HIS ABLE CONDUCT in presiding over them as chairman DURING THE PAST YEAR for the Upright and Judicious manner in which he has guided the business and his conscious anxiety to fulfil the desires AND MAINTAIN THE CHARACTER OF THE COMMITTEE AND THE MEMBERS HAVE GREAT PLEASURE in adding their warm acknowledgments FOR HIS UNIFORM COURTESY AND ATTENTION. 1858.”

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Jonathan Thorp

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Teddington Lock - 1857

This plaque surely can't have been intended to be submerged? Did they accide...

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Teddington Lock - 1858

We found the punctuation on this plaque so peculiar we have transcribed it ex...

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