Richard Brash letter

Scope and Content

Address: 4 Printers Place, Spa Road, Bermondsey, London. To Mr Joseph Hume MP, 6 Bryanston Square, Oxford Street, London. To accompany 2 copies of Brash's books. 'The first was intended to arouse the minds of the people in favour of the Greeks, and the second to overturn Cobbett's misleading principles.' On the dorse is written: 'his books are mere nonsense', and (in another hand) 'Recd & ansd 13 Sept. 1826. thanks for his pamphlets & that I cannot assist him'.


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