Letter from Robert Cooper to Robert Owen

Scope and Content

In this manuscript letter Cooper writes of his willingness to do more for the "New League"; he feels confident branches can be established in the "leading towns" if lectures are given and people are "agitated". However, Cooper explains that he has little money and is anxious for his family's future; asks Owen for a loan of £5, and if he knows any gentlemen who may be able to help.


Stamped number: 1828