Letter from Henry Thomas Colebrooke to Belinda Sutherland Colebrooke. Colebrooke concurs that Belinda should leave Worthing immediately and move to Brighton. He will not press Mr Summer's or Mrs Thomson's invitation as Belinda seems disinclined. He wonders if she will pass the concert season in town; a place could easily be arranged but he needs to know her wishes. He wonders what to do with a cask of oatmeal that has arrived at his house from Leith. Should he send it on to Brighton or keep it for her party's return? Handwritten, dated 29 November 1819.
Letter from Henry Thomas Colebrooke to Belinda Sutherland Colebrooke, 29 November 1819
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