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Elizabeth Humphry, Honiton, to Ozias Humphry, at Mr. Benjamin Baker's, in Watling Street, London

RA Collection: Archive

Reference code

HU/1/64

Title

Elizabeth Humphry, Honiton, to Ozias Humphry, at Mr. Benjamin Baker's, in Watling Street, London

Date

15 Feb 1758

Level

Item

Extent & medium

1 piece

Content Description

She sends the money to pay Mr. Baker, Shipley, etc; she discusses orders for lace; Mr. Binford wants to call on him and see his school, in which he hopes to see "curious things", she says he should not waste more time calling for Sir George Yonge, but would be grateful if he could take some covers to Henry Courtenay.

Endorsed with a note from George Humphry to Henry Courtenay regarding the covers carried by Ozias.

Endorsed by Elizabeth Humphry to the effect that Ozias is at the end of his second year in London and should order things to come home in a fortnight.

Endorsed by same to the effect that Ozias's Uncle Stoudly has died.