Letter

  • This material is held at
  • Reference
      GB 133 CBA 7341/89
  • Dates of Creation
      27 May 1870
  • Physical Description
      2 pages written on both sides

Scope and Content

Letter from Count Guicciardini to [MaClean]: acknowledges receiving money to help with the Lord's work; relates past fears relating to the lack of funds in the project and rejoices at the current finantially secure position of the work in Italy; comments on the work in Italy and the various religious beliefs alive in the country; explains some of his own religious beliefs and asks for them to be shared with Mr Yapp but no-one else, for fear of the information disturbing the peace; copies two paragraphs from letters detailing the work of the Lord in Italy; relates the accounts and funds in his hands for the work in Italy; sends his wishes of better health to Mr Yapp; relates his own better health, yet relates he is not yet well enough for the long journey to England.

Dated at Florence.