Reference numberCB/1/2/35
Alternative reference numberBLA.B.187
TitleLetter from John Blagden, Gray's Inn to Charles Blagden, Physician at Gloucester
Date5 June 1770
DescriptionDiscusses his partnership with Mr Morland. Describes treatment Morland is undergoing for gout. The Osbornes have left London, discusses their relations with Hill and Theakston, particularly with Hill over a dinner at the London Tavern and a trip to Vauxhaull. Hopes to visit Gloucestershire in the vacation. Asks if he should call on Ramsden or for the watch. Urges him to be cautious in his letters.
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