Letter from Joseph in London, to Jane

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      GB 192 MFP/14/7
  • Dates of Creation
      7 July 1825
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Sends all his brothers & sisters small presents as memorials of his attaining 21 years. Caroline had not yet persuaded her mother to invite them during the Festival as she thought of offering the house to the Earl (of Carlisle?). Had been to see a review of 9 cavalry regiments at Hounslow (one of the Artillery men was killed and another injured).

Advises her and Margaret not to command Lucy so much. Henry Pearson’s family increased by one daughter. His uncle was going to retire from business shortly and move to Portland Place, Mr Babington was to have his house.

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