Letter from Robert Cassidy to Robert Owen

Scope and Content

Manuscript letter in which Cassidy writes that he and his family one stayed with Owen at his home, Braxfield, and wishes to once again make his acquaintance. Writes of many of Owen's "Irish Friends" dying including Lord Cloncurry who, Cassidy states, was "in heart and intellect the best of men" and the "greatest loss".

Note

Stamped number: 2270