Reference numberCB/1/2/174
Alternative reference numberBLA.B.322
TitleLetter from F Boscawen, Rosedale to Charles Blagden, Brighton
Date[Early 19th century]
DescriptionA late neighbour enquires after Blagden and hopes that he finds Brighton more agreeable than even Richmond. Sends an extract from a letter from Lady Rowley who had questioned a story told by Mr Thorn in his speech before the Lord Mayor and Citizens and found that her suspicions were correct and that there was no truth in the matter. Is sure he would be glad to know that such a terrible event had not happened.
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