Letter from Robert Owen to James Rigby

Scope and Content

Manuscript letter which Owen begins by saying Dr Travis had visited him for a short while and left this morning. Owen will be in London next week and tells Rigby he wishes to see Fleming, Holyoake, Cooper, Ivory and the bodies in the Trade Unions. Owen wishes to lift some life into them so that something essential for the permanent happiness of the people may be set in motion before the end of his life.