Reference numberCB/1/4/122
Alternative reference numberBLA.H.19
TitleLetter from General William Haviland, Plymouth to Charles Blagden, Gray's Inn, London
Date11 March 1782
DescriptionApologises for delay in replying, the 97th Regiment were causing him some trouble. Thanks Blagden for his account of the comet or star. This morning he, Lieutenant Colonel Dixon and the surgeons of each regiment fixed a spot for the hospital, discusses Blagden's choice of a spot. Discusses news from East Indies.
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