Letter from Henry Travis to Robert Owen

Scope and Content

This manuscript letter opens with Travis expressing his pleasure in hearing of Owen's plans in Brighton. He urges Owen to see them through rather than leave early and agree to the request of friends in Manchester to go there. Travis explains that [George] Fleming has written to Manchester outlining Owen's plans, recommending [James] Rigby as a proxy for Owen and informing them to expect Owen on the 2nd December.

Travis closes by providing Owen with an update of events stating that all is well in [London], noting that [James] Hill has paid £1000, Norwich has sent for a Charter [?to become a branch of the Association of All Classes of All Nations] and Worcester is "very thriving".


Stamped number: 1057