Manuscript letter in which Smith says that he is confined to his room with pleurisy but is beginning to recover. He talks of the success of the Institution in Salford, lectures are crowded and the festivals are making a favourable impression. He says that he may attend the London Congress if he is well enough. Smith says that he always encourages audiences to read the New Moral World or Millennium and that sales are increasing. He says they are prepared for Owen visiting and there is a place for him to give a lecture.
Letter from Joseph Smith to Robert Owen
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- Dates of Creation18 July 1836
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