Letter: Robert Jones from Liverpool to his wife Ann

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      GB 221 WDC/1/3/1/1
  • Alternative Id.
      GB 221 WDC/28
  • Dates of Creation
      1864 Jan. 24
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LETTER: Robert Jones from Liverpool to his wife Ann. He encloses a bill for £20 and asks her to pay William Morris at once. He will sail in the morning if the weather permits. He was annoyed with the parties that shipped the cargo, and had to put them in the hands of the lawyer. He hopes his mother is better. He longs to see his wife and children. His head has been very bad and he has been taking some medicine. Asks her to tell Thomas Jones, if she sees him, that he will send the account from Cardiff. He has had a lot of running about to do after the cargo. Asks her to write to him in a few days to Post Office, Cardiff.

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