Reference numberCB/1/2/74
Alternative reference numberBLA.B.226
TitleLetter from Mary Blagden (afterwards Mary Lewis), Bristol to Charles Blagden, Physician in Gloucester
Date19 June 1770
DescriptionLets him know of their safe arrival at home after their visit to see him. His Aunt was glad to see him "tho she never thinks of going again". His Aunt thanks him for the wine and encloses a twenty pound bill for him. Drank tea with Miss Daubeny, her friend is coming to visit, the one who "said she never saw you smile in her life".
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