Reference numberCB/1/2/26
Alternative reference numberBLA.B.178
TitleLetter from John Blagden, Staple Inn to Charles Blagden, Mr Andrew Forrest's, Merchant, Edinburgh
Date21 November [1767]
DescriptionGlad to hear that his brother is in excellent spirits, discusses the source of these spirits and suggests it is a Scottish lady. Answers his enquiry about Sally, she is being courted by a Mr Meed, thinks Blagden missed his opportunity and advises him not to be bashful. Defends his own conduct from criticism received from Blagden, Molly has gone to Bristol this week. Discusses his legal activities. Describes his stay in the country. Describes the attention he has received from a lady in London.
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