Reference numberCB/1/2/48
Alternative reference numberBLA.B.200
TitleLetter from John Blagden, Blackwell to Charles Blagden, at Mr Ramsden's, opposite Sackville Street, Piccadilly, London
Date10 September 1775
DescriptionDescribes his journey to Blackwell and his partridge shooting. Describes how he spends his time with Theakston and Hill. Discusses politics with regard to American Independence. Thanks him for the intelligence and promises to keep it secret. May be able to send him some birds and asks him to send some on to Bristol if he does. Asks Blagden to check on his chambers in Gray's Inn should he be in the area.
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