Letter from George Jacob Holyoake to Robert Owen

Scope and Content

Manuscript letter: Holyoake states that he shall be "very proud to promote in anyway" those plans that are in the interest of mankind and are recommended by Owen.

Holyoake shifts to a new subject, requesting that Owen exchanges the receipt that he holds for the loan to the debentures that Holyoake will send him to see.

The letter concludes with Holyoake informing Owen that Mr Le Blond has fled the country "insane," leaving Holyoake to pay his debts of £131.


Stamped number: 2737