Reference numberMS/865/26
TitleLetter from Charles Lennox, 2nd Duke of Richmond and Duke of Aubigny, Goodwood, to Martin Folkes
Date9 January 1743
DescriptionRichmond is 'bronze mad' at present, and as Folkes is the better judge of such things, he asks him to spend twenty or thirty pounds at Paris's auction on his behalf. He has marked the bronzes in an enclosed catalogue and asks Folkes to bid if he thinks proper. He will order Sedgwick to pay what he owes Folkes afterwards. Richmond will be in town next Sunday, but will be impatient to find out the result by Tuesday's post. His service to Folkes's brother, whose letter he shall answer this week.
Physical descriptionOn paper
Access statusOpen
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