Letter from William Cox to Robert Owen

Scope and Content

In this manuscript letter Cox discusses the poor health of his mother; she has been much worse today, and so ill she was unable to take her usual drive; they are attempting to secure lodgings out of town [London] so that she may get some better air.

Writes that affairs are much the same at Spring Grove [the country residence of the Cox family] and that things are not likely to change very speedily.

Note

Stamped number: 1851