Reference numberMS/223/37
TitleLetter from G.W. Hinck, London to Caleb Burrell Rose, Swaffham, Norfolk
Date28 September 1815
DescriptionG.W. Hincke apologises for slow response to Caleb Burrell Rose's letter of April 25th. Notes his pleasure to hear about C.B. Rose's happiness with his sweetheart. Explains that it has been a hard period for merchants. Discusses his ill health, opinions on the Battle of Waterloo and Napoleon. Notes that he hasn't played the violin for three years. Comments on his wish for a friendly chat rather than letter writing.
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