The Mary Hamilton Papers : Letter from Henry Jerome de Salis to John Dickenson

De Salis, Henry Jerome

The Mary Hamilton Papers

<p style='text-align: justify;'>Letter from Rev. Henry Jerome de Salis to John Dickenson, relating to a piece of equipment that Dickenson had agreed to obtain on behalf of Salis. To save Dickenson some trouble, Salis notes, he has 'transcribed all that Dr Anderson says relative to the Miner' and he hopes that he will have no difficulty in carrying out his request. If the equipment is easily obtained, Salis suggests that, as it is likely to be 'unwieldy', he should forwarded it via water to Blisworth from where it can more easily be transported by him.</p><p style='text-align: justify;'>Salis continues his letter by inviting Dickenson and his family to visit him, noting that they 'have stowage enough, and Fuel enough, and you shall have at least, the most hearty welcome'.</p><p style='text-align: justify;'>Dated at Wing, near Leighton Buzzard.</p>

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