Reference numberMS/223/35
TitleLetter from Anne Rose, Eye to Caleb Rose, Belper Near Derby, Derbyshire regarding Caleb Rose's new role as an assistant and move to Derbyshire
Date18 February 1812
DescriptionNoting initial surprise to hear of Caleb Rose's move to Derbyshire to become an assistant. Detailing George [Rose's] explanation of Caleb Rose's bad treatment in Chigwell and reasons for move. A further account of news concerning people they both new. Includes handwritten description by Caleb Rose of proximity of relationship between him and Aunt Anne Rose.
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