Reference numberCB/1/2/99
Alternative reference numberBLA.B.249
TitleLetter from Thomas Blagden (uncle), Bristol to Charles Blagden, Gray's Inn, London
Date18 October 1774
DescriptionHas received the cutlery set, thanks Blagden for his trouble although thinks the handles could have been shorter and the point more rounded. His cousin likes her chain and is obliged to him for the phosphorus. Encloses a bill for seventeen guineas. Discusses his health. Gives news of the poll yesterday - Crugar 1408, Burk 1098 and Brickdale 814.
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