Letter from James Rigby to Robert Owen

Scope and Content

Manuscript letter, in which Owen is informed in considerable detail of the progress made regarding Baume's estate, and in particular arrangements for the land to be made over to the Trustees. Rigby writes that their are numerous plans being put forward, but that for them to progress an "harmony of action" must take place. Rigby recounts a meeting with Baume, and notes his belief that Baume is getting impatient for progress.


Stamped number: 2456