Reference numberCB/1/2/134
Alternative reference numberBLA.B.284
TitleLetter from Thomas Blagden to Charles Blagden, Physician in Gloucester
Date26 July 1770
DescriptionMiss Hall brought his letter, he managed to meet her and bring her to the inn, her servant has hurt her shoulder. She dined with him and took tea with their aunt and then went to the Wells but is in low spirits. She has gone to Bath today, he was too busy to be able to attend her. The visit does not appear to be doing her any good and she thinks him a stupid and ignorant fellow.
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