Reference numberCB/1/4/73
Alternative reference numberBLA.G.34
TitleLetter from Charles Grey, Hawick? to Charles Blagden
Date14 November 1804
DescriptionIs leading a retired life. Was interested in Blagden's account of his tour and the information on the improvements in the art of smelting and manufacturing iron, thinks that the Government should play a larger role in supporting these developments rather than concentrating on agriculture. Discusses his own search for minerals. Discusses the possibility of peace [with France] and political situation abroad and at home.
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