Reference numberCB/1/2/176
Alternative reference numberBLA.B.322b
TitleLetter from John Bostock to Charles Blagden, 12 Coney Court, Gray's Inn, London
DescriptionHas received both his letters. Has also received a letter from Leith. Says Berridge may go to the Devil as may Blair who writes to nobody. Asks why Blagden has not yet seen Calumy, Mr Manerty's family or Dr Fothergil, is anxious to hear how they all do. Discusses "Honest James" and asks for a copy of his thesis. The Douglas affair has been decided, discusses this. Discusses their common friends and the political situation.
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