Manuscript letter. Owen begins by telling Rigby that Marheath can do us no good and that a good display in the Illustrated London News would be of more lasting value to the cause. Owen goes on to complain of [George Jacob] Holyoake's comments regarding The Times. Owen concludes by saying he intends to send some more manuscripts to Dr Travis by the next day's post.
Letter from Robert Owen to James Rigby
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- ReferenceGB 1499 RIG/15/1/10/48
- Dates of Creation4 May 1857
- Physical Description2 pages
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