Reference numberCB/1/2/110
Alternative reference numberBLA.B.260
TitleLetter from Thomas Blagden, Bristol to Charles Blagden, at Mr Gibb's, Stationer in Edinburgh
Date3 August 1767
DescriptionHis Uncle gave him a bill for Blagden which he has sent to their brother in London. Sorry to hear he has caught a cold. Discusses the weather and an ague that has been raging around Bristol. Does not have any remarkable cases to relate to Blagden. Discusses his own health. Describes Mrs Swymmer's illness. Seaton's wife has died and he gains £4000.
Extent1 sheet
Physical descriptionPart of the letter has been torn away and replaced with blank paper.
Access statusOpen
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