Reference numberMS/223/36
TitleLetter from G.W. Hincke, London to Caleb Burrel Rose, Swaffham Norfolk
Date23 August 1814
DescriptionAnnouncing G.W. Hincke's departure from London, initially to Liverpool, Manchester, Scotland, France and finally to Brunswick where his prescence is required. Thanking Caleb Burrell Rose for the kindnesses shown him whilst in England and asking him to continue to write. Annotated by Caleb Burrell Rose in May 1848 with biographical detail of G.W.Hincke. Including details of him being an important magistrate from Brunswick and initially fleeing Germany to avoid Bonaparte's conscription.
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