This printed flyer advertising a public meeting exists in isolation apart from a brochure from Saml. Dennison and Son of North Street, Leeds. I do not know whether the weighbridge was ever constructed - but doubt it.
The back of the flyer includes a note in the hand of Henry Smith, solicitor of Thirsk, that Mr Stott proposed a resolution creating a committee of six persons. The note goes on to include seven people.
Text of flyer
THIRSK, Feb 19th. 1884
A Meeting will be held at the House of
Mr. Thomas Dinsdale, The Lord Nelson Inn, on
Thursday Evening, the 21st. inst. at Eight o'clock,
to take into consideration the desirability of putting
down a PUBLIC WEIGH for the convenience of
Traders and others.
Should you be interested in the matter I
shall be obliged if you will attend.