Reference numberCB/1/4/43
Alternative reference numberBLA.G.14
TitleLetter from Madame Gautier, Passy to Charles Blagden, Royal Society, Somerset House, London
Date19 May 1815
DescriptionDiscusses Mr Jumard and his visit to England. Gives news of Sara Rumford. M Achard has gone to Geneva. Has heard that Lady Davy has returned to London without visiting Greece. Would like news of the Misses Langthorn. Discusses French army. Gives news of her plans for the summer and gives news of her family. Her brother has been nominated to the Chamber of Deputies, discusses political situation and cold reception of their friend in Arcueil [Berthollet?], the better treatment of M De Laplace and M Monge who is treated well. M Cuvier no longer has a place.
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