Reference numberCB/1/4/34
Alternative reference numberBLA.G.7
TitleLetter from Madame Gautier to Charles Blagden, Royal Society, Somerset House, London
Date5 July 1809
DescriptionSends a letter via an American ship. Her son is visiting from Geneva. The difficulties between Count Rumford and his wife have ended as he has bought a house at Auteuil. She does not see either of them any longer. M Pictet is travelling to England. M Arago has been arrested, asks if Blagden is able to help. Asks him to send dahlia seeds.
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