Reference numberCB/1/2/30
Alternative reference numberBLA.B.182
TitleLetter from John Blagden, Gray's Inn to Charles Blagden, Mrs Scott's, Elphinstone Court, Grays Close, Edinburgh
Date24 January 1769
DescriptionHas paid bill for £10, all future bills to go via Mr Cornett of No 11 Grub Street, Coalmerchant. Is in debt for £450, asks Blagden not to mention this. Discusses Blagden's plan to present cider to his Edinburgh friends, recommends that cheese would be easier to transport. Advises him not to ride to London and says that he should endeavour to see his aunt as soon as possible. The lady he had discussed was Mrs D Adey, but she has died of an epileptic fit.
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