|Title||Copy letter from William Hyde Wollaston to Henry Wollaston|
|Date||[10 April 1823 ?]|
|Description||Wollaston notes his respect for his brother's conduct throughout life. He wishes he could procure for Henry the customs post or any other that would suit him. However, he declines to solicit favours in such circumstances, citing the likely lack of success and the forfeit of some of his independence. Instead, he forwards a transfer of property. |
With a note: 'The enclosure alluded to was a Stock Receipt for Ten Thousand Pounds...'.
Endorsed vero: 'Letter from Dr W.H. Wollaston to his brother Henry. From a copy given to me by Mr Henry W. W.H.F. Date?'
|Physical description||On paper|
Fellows associated with this archive
|NA8298||Wollaston; William Hyde (1766 - 1828); chemist, physicist and physiologist||1766 - 1828|