Reference numberMS/865/3
TitleLetter from Charles Lennox, 2nd Duke of Richmond and Duke of Aubigny, Aubigny, to Martin Folkes
Date3 October 1728
DescriptionThe Duchess of Richmond has gone to Aix-la-Chapelle: he is with the Duchess of Portsmouth and intends to travel in France. His main entertainment at Aubigny is partridge shooting. Richmond has attended the Academie des Sciences where there is more dignity than at the Royal Society and where Richmond has hopes of becoming an honorary Fellow. Richmond has send Folkes a warrant for a doe, which he may wish to share with Mr Broughton who has a similar warrant..
Physical descriptionOn paper
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