Reference numberCB/1/2/20
Alternative reference numberBLA.B.172
TitleLetter from John Blagden, No 11, Staple Inn to Charles Blagden, Edinburgh
Date1 April 1766
DescriptionDiscusses his brother's despondency and the lady who seems to be the cause of it. [Westfield's] affairs have turned out pretty well. Gives news of Miss Bragendon and of Tom Morgan. Has indifferent health but is "being blooded tomorrow which I hope will relieve me." Gives general news of their friends, sorry that Blagden won't be in London this year.
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