Letter from Robert Owen to James Rigby

Scope and Content

Manuscript letter informing Rigby that, due to ill health, he has returned to Sevenoaks. Owen goes on to say that if Rigby requires money he should let him know how much and he will make arrangements. Owen tells Rigby to get copies of his manifesto for himself, Mr Cooper, Mr Ivory and Rigby's landlord. Owen concludes by saying There are many more suprising things to be brought forward, such as will force all to believe in the truth of these manifestations.

There is an envelope with the letter.