From William Buckland 15 July 
My dear L.,1
I have pleasure in forwarding to Mr. Chadwick2 your recommendation of Mr. E. Cresy,3 but as far as I know there will be occasion for no further services of engineers in the proposed map of the streets & houses of London than those of the Privates & Corporals of the Ordnance Survey Department4 at a cost of as many shillings a day to the public as would be pounds if the work were done by educated engineers. I believe the existing staff is fully adequate to all the work under contemplation & that not one additional officer will be required. Nevertheless I will forward your letter as your friend seems so valuable a person in case of any occasion for his services.5
Believe me, | Very truly yours, | W. Buckland.
Will forward recommendation of Edward Cresy to Edwin Chadwick, but thinks there will be no further need of engineers.
Please cite as
Darwin Correspondence Project, “Letter no. 1190,” accessed on 23 January 2017, http://www.darwinproject.ac.uk/DCP-LETT-1190