Reference numberCB/1/5/247
Alternative reference numberBLA.P.94
TitleLetter from Sir Charles Morice Pole, Maidenhead to Charles Blagden, High Row, Knightsbridge
Date20 August 1811
DescriptionDiscusses Mr Cassvelt who has seen Adrian and says they [the Hopes?] are waiting for passports at Berlin. Gives an account of Mendoza's hypochondria. Cheltenham is full of great men. Describes his surroundings at Maidenhead. Comments on war with France.
Extent2 sheets
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA2992Pole; Sir; Charles Morice (1757 - 1830)1757 - 1830
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