Reference numberCB/1/3/140
Alternative reference numberBLA.C.105
TitleLetter from Thomas Curtis, Belmont, Bath to Charles Blagden, Bristol
Date9 August 1773
DescriptionRegrets that he will be in Weymouth when Blagden visits Bristol unless Blagden accompanies Mr and Mrs Lewis when they come to visit. Thanks Blagden for his account of Mrs Wright who must indeed be a genius. Mrs Curtis is not in good health. Discusses alterations to the baths at Bristol and advises Blagden to ride over to see them. Envies Blagden's going on his expedition to Snowdon with Mr Banks etc, would like to hear particulars of it if Blagden has leisure to write.
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