Reference numberCB/1/3/37
Alternative reference numberBLA.C.33
TitleLetter from A M Chamier, Willingham to Charles Blagden
Date2 September 1780
DescriptionUrgent business prevented him from writing to Blagden sooner. Discusses his health and medication and his travels from Plymouth to Edinburgh. Dr Cullen thinks "my disorder as a general relaxation" and advises travelling and cold bathing, recommending that he winter in Seville after spending time at Buxton and Matlock. Discusses his medication. There is hope that he will recover his health.
Extent1 sheet
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA6922Chamier; Anthony (1725 - 1780)1725 - 1780
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