Reference numberCB/1/2/121
Alternative reference numberBLA.B.271
TitleLetter from Thomas Blagden, Bristol to Charles Blagden, Gloucester
Date2 November 1769
DescriptionWill send Blagden's cane, sword and white breeches next Wednesday with the coach. Hopes that things will work out well for Blagden. Discusses medicine Blagden prescribed for their uncle and the green orange leave tea. His Aunt advises Blagden not to be displeased with their brother [John]. Aunt Nelmes and Uncle Blagden advise Blagden not to keep a horse this winter. Gives news of their Aunt at Bedminster.
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