Reference numberCB/1/2/60
Alternative reference numberBLA.B.212
TitleLetter from Mary Blagden (afterwards Mary Lewis) and S Nelmes, Bristol to Charles Blagden, at Mrs Blair's, Dickson's Close, Edinburgh
Date9 January 1766
DescriptionHis aunt recommends that he be frugal and asks him to be careful of his health. His sister hopes that his cold is better. Speculates on Mr Westfield's fortune and its disposal. Discusses her brother Tom's business as a doctor. Gives news of Mr Lowder who it is said has "turned player", Evan Rice and Miss Nicholas who married in Edinburgh, Mr Peach will not forgive his daughter for her elopement. Gives news of their family's health. Gives news of the Adeys who have given her some dress fabric. Responds to his teasing her about Mr Morgan.
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Access statusOpen
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