Manuscript letter informing Rigby that he received his address and thinks it is suitable for the purpose he intends. Owen goes on to speak about Allsop and suggests his mind is confused and he is of impracticable character. Owen asks Rigby to visit him as he wants to tell him about his plans for the measures to be adopted in the new year.
Letter from Robert Owen to James Rigby
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- ReferenceGB 1499 RIG/15/1/9/75
- Dates of Creation9 Dec 1856
- Physical Description3 pages
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