Reference numberMS/123/17
TitleLetter from James Hudson to John George Children
Date6 December 1832
DescriptionNotes that Mr [John] Herapath has recently had some letters published in The Times. Hudson thinks that he noticed at the time that his address had changed but he did not note the new address. Asks whether the letter addressed to Herapath was to Upper Bedford Place, Kensington or Upper Bedford Place, Russell Square, as the former was his address.

He has asked Children's messenger to apply at Mr Stratford's in Verulam Buildings, Gray's Inn, as he is very likely to know the answer.
Access statusOpen
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NA3175Children; John George (1777 - 1852); chemist1777 - 1852
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