Letter from James Rigby to Robert Owen

Scope and Content

Manuscript letter, in which Rigby recalls delivering Owen's "Manifesto" to the government officials and tells he will deliver the "Narrative" tomorrow. Rogby explains that he does not like taking Owen's letters unless they are endorsed as he fears they will not be passed on [to the correct person].

Rigby discusses his views on money, explaining he thinks little of it unless someone "kicks" him for it; then he gets some together to get "rid of the annoyance". He is of the opinion that money to be the "root of all evil".

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Stamped number: 2133