Letter from Thomas Bugden to Robert Owen

Scope and Content

Manuscript letter: Bugden forwards correspondence to Owen; he requests Mrs. Sinclair's address and encloses information regarding Lady Anderson. He outlines the "terms" of Mrs. Bugden's school; conscious that Mr. Marshall's children are "in want" of a school, Bugden hopes that Owen will "mention the subject to him."

He reports that "we are all quite well" and anticipates news regarding Owen's "proceedings" in America.

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Stamped number: 636

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