Manuscript letter: Hill informs Owen that he is looking forward to Owen's visit next Saturday, and if he can, will visit him in town during the week. The main subject of the letter is to inform Owen that the Star in the East wishes to post the proclamation that was delivered at a congress in Manchester, which is to be printed in the upcoming issue of New Moral World. But they shall not receive a copy until it is too late to print it in the next issue of their paper, so Hill requests Owen to send him a copy of the New Moral World when it is issued.
Letter from James Hill to Robert Owen
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- ReferenceGB 1499 ROC/8/58/8
- Dates of Creation2 Jul 1838
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Stamped number: 1026.