Reference numberCB/1/2/34
Alternative reference numberBLA.B.186
TitleLetter from John Blagden, Gray's Inn to Charles Blagden, Physician in Gloucester
Date22 May 1770
DescriptionHas delivered his letter to Mr Ellis. Has set up a partnership with Morland, their address will be 5 Coney Court but he will continue to reside in his own chambers. Went with the Osborne's to the masquerade, describes their costumes and his being attacked by a "fair nun" who he has since introduced to his chambers. Discusses settlement for Mrs Smart and Mrs Nelmes. Asks should he call on Ramsay or Cumming.
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