Reference numberCB/1/2/55
Alternative reference numberBLA.B.207
TitleLetter from John Blagden, Alderley to Charles Blagden
Date25 October 1783
DescriptionApologizes, had no occasion to write before now. Discusses his mother and her plans to move in with Mrs Lomax. Discusses living at Alderley. His youngest daughter is to be inoculated for smallpox in Bristol. Is going to visit Bristol and Gloucester. There is no money to be had in this country, he can hardly get enough to pay his expenses.
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