Reference numberCB/1/2/115
Alternative reference numberBLA.B.265
TitleLetter from Thomas Blagden to Charles Blagden, at Mr Andrew Forrest's, Merchant, Edinburgh
Date2 April 1768
DescriptionHe and his aunt are very disappointed that Blagden will not be visiting them this summer. His Aunt urges him to stay in Edinburgh if it is to his advantage. Their uncle thinks that Blagden is spending too much money. Their sister has returned from London. Wilkes is elected member for Middlesex and Lord Baltimore is acquitted for the supposed rape on Miss Woodcock. His Uncle and Aunt Blagden approve of Blagden's reasons for not visiting this summer.
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