Reference numberCB/1/2/23
Alternative reference numberBLA.B.175
TitleLetter from John Blagden, No 11, Staple Inn to Charles Blagden, at Mr William Gibbs's, Stationer, Edinburgh
Date24 January 1767
DescriptionGlad Blagden is pleased with the new clothes. Discusses the theatre in London, response of critics, Miss Elliott, Mr Murphy and the performance of plays by Moliere. Glad his brother is in good spirits. Discusses the obstacles to his own social advancement. Gives news from Mr Curtis and Mrs Smart and of his own legal activities. Gives news from home. Describes the weather.
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