Robert Milligan Bronze Plaque Photo

Robert Milligan bronze plaque - To perpetuate the memory of  Robert Milligan  a Merchant of London,  to whose genius, perseverance and guardian care  the surrounding great work principally owes  it's design, accomplishment and regulation.  The Directors and Proprietors,  deprived by his death   on the 21st May, 1809  on the continuance of his invaluable services,  by their unanimous vote  have caused this statue to be erected.

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