Reference numberCB/1/5/239
Alternative reference numberBLA.P.87
TitleLetter from Sir Charles Morice Pole, Brighton to Charles Blagden, Somerset House, London
Date27 January 1811
DescriptionDiscusses American claims to territory. Gives news of company in Bath. Discusses Mr Hope. Discusses the possibility of a Regency, although the Bulletins on the King's health are very favourable. Has heard of a French invention for preserving meat for the navy without the use of salt, Lord Warwick's plan was a miserable stink[ing] one.
Extent2 sheets
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA2992Pole; Sir; Charles Morice (1757 - 1830)1757 - 1830
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