Reference numberMM/20/50
TitleLetter from Josiah Wedgwood to Joseph Priestley
Date30 July 1791
DescriptionWedgwood expresses his condolences to Priestley on the loss of his house (burned down by his neighbours in Birmingham) and asks to serve Priestley in any way. He wishes for Priestley's safety and expresses his approval of Priestley's letter to the people of Birmingham.
Extent2 sides
Access statusOpen
Related materialSee Priestley and Wedgwoood correspondence, MM/5/1-33.
Fellows associated with this archive
NA8274Priestley; Joseph (1733 - 1804)1733 - 1804
NA8026Wedgwood; Josiah (1730 - 1795); potter1730 - 1795
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