The letter refers to recent struggles that Hughes has undergone [Hughes ceased to be an MP in 1874 and his son James left for America in the 1870s, so Bunsey may be referring to these events.] and offers his sympathies. He refers to having read some of Hughes's works. He also refers to having sent Hughes 'schubze-Delitzoth's Report on his co-operative associations". Bunsey has withdrawn from Parliament and so is spending time in England, from Berlin.
Letter from George von Bunsey, Upper Wimpole Street, London, 3 Feb 1874
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- Dates of Creation1874