Letter from William Devonshire Saull to Robert Owen

Scope and Content

Manuscript letter in which Saull encloses two of his recently published works. He says he regrets that he and Owen have not had a regular medium of contact while Owen was in America, and that regular discourse would be beneficial in promoting their objectives.

Saull proposes giving a lecture on the advantages of the study of natural philosophy, and that he would introduce Owen if he is available. He also asks Owen to call on him when he is in London.

Enclosed with the letter is a pamphlet on the Athenaeum, a Memorial of Saull to the Lord Mayor and a pamphlet that is a letter to the Vicar of St Botolph without Aldersgate.

Note

Stamped Number: 123