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Reference numberCB/1/2/168
Alternative reference numberBLA.B.318
LevelItem
TitleLetter from Thomas Blagden, Bristol to Charles Blagden, at Mr Blagden's, 2 Coney Court, Gray's Inn, London
Date[c1769?]
DescriptionHas sent him a bill for £40 from their Uncle Blagden who advises Blagden to curb his spending by not attending any more lectures in London than he thinks are necessary. Agreeably surprised at his arrival in London, hope to see him soon. Sorry they did not procure the cider sooner. Gives his opinion of Hunter and Monro and the value of their medical lectures. Discusses their Aunt and Uncle's health.
Extent1 sheet
FormatManuscript
Access statusOpen
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