Letter from Joseph Munby in London, to Jane at Manor House, York

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      GB 192 MFP/14/4
  • Dates of Creation
      6 December 1824
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      1 item Archives - Non-digital

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Was not particularly astonished with anything in London, except Regent Street, which was very fine. Had been to St. Paul’s ‘where they attempted to chant and perform divers other ridiculous imitations of the Minster service’. Mentions his aunt and uncle (Pearson), the Evan’s family, with whom he was staying, and other relatives.

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