Letter: Robert Jones, from Gibraltar to his wife

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      GB 221 WDC/1/3/1/2
  • Alternative Id.
      GB 221 WDC/29
  • Dates of Creation
      1864 Aug. 19
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LETTER: Robert Jones, from Gibraltar to his wife. He received her letters this morning. His health is middling, his head and chest have been very band. He is afraid that he is becoming like Thomas Owens, but he thanks God that he is better today. He arrived in Gibraltar on Wednesday night. He is discharging cargo and will be ready to sail on Tuesday next if the wind and weather permits. He is sorry to find that his poor uncle is in hospital and asks her why she didn't wire him. Asks her to tell Henry Jones that he will give him a discharge when he gets near home - he has no form at present. He had a fine passage. He has seen the "Charles Edwin" several times on the passage.

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