Letter from B. G. Brown to Robert Owen

Scope and Content

Manuscript letter: Brown expresses interest in Owen's ideas; he seeks information regarding the "means" by which Owen hopes to transform society. He requests a number of documents, including a "printed exposition" of Owen's "scheme for perfecting education" and a "schedule" of proposed "remedial measures" and their "means of application." Brown emphasizes his "sincerity" and "desire to procure knowledge upon a subject which involves so many interests dear to mankind."

Note

Stamped number: 1452