ALS to T. R. Glover with enclosed locks of hair

Scope and Content

Describes Richard Glover's difficulties on travelling to Newquay. Complains that preaching is not a profitable occupation and Richard Glover did not have his travelling expenses paid for the work he undertook in Edinburgh and Glasgow. Mentions that Ruby Sargent Pascale will be visiting them, coming from Donald Jenkin's wedding. News of Bessie and Dorothy. Reports that Con has gone to Iona with Dr Smart and will winter with Margaret, Hunter's house at Highburgh has been vandalised by boys from the local Roman Catholic School. Mentions the Finlays, Elena, Stanley Jenkins and Mr Burdett. Asks after Glover's family and their trip to Sheringham. Envelope reads 'To a celt an abstract proposition is always more convincing than a fact' in pencil in Glover's hand[?].

Administrative / Biographical History

T. R. Glover's mother.

Note

T. R. Glover's mother.

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