Reference numberCB/1/4/260
Alternative reference numberBLA.L.48
TitleLetter from William Lewis, Alderley to Charles Blagden, Royal Society, London
Date5 June 1810
DescriptionSorry not to see Blagden at Cheltenham. Describes his health. Gives news of Anne and Elizabeth and their visit to Bristol where they "have had their fill of going to hear popular preachers, they are nice girls, I really fear they will be picked up by some of the over righteous good men, if they take such excursions and not under their friends protection." Discusses a law suit.
With draft reply, 8 June.
Extent1 sheet
Access statusOpen
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