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Reference numberCB/1/2/167
Alternative reference numberBLA.B.317
LevelItem
TitleLetter from Thomas Blagden to Charles Blagden, Piccadilly, opposite Sackville Street, London
Date[1775]
DescriptionTakes great pleasure in Blagden's appointment [as Physician to the Army]. Their Aunt and sister are concerned for his safety. Their Aunt is happy to forward the money (£400). The clothes and every other thing will be got. Recommends that he travel from Bristol to Cork or from Milford. Hopes to see him before he sails, if Blagden cannot come he will come to London.
Extent1 sheet
FormatManuscript
Access statusOpen
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