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Henry Tresham, Rome, to [Ozias Humphry]

RA Collection: Archive

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Henry Tresham, Rome, to [Ozias Humphry]





Extent & medium

1 piece

Content Description

He forwards a letter sent to the English Coffee House for Humphry; ruminates on friendship and the intolerableness of Rome since the departure of the Hadfields; he has nothing new to tell, although much could be said of Marchant's time at Castello; Mr. Gore has received the drawings meant for Lord E.; he sends his regards to the Hadfields, and hopes that Humphry can cure Mr. Hadfield of his sympathies for the American revolution; he asks that if Mrs. Zoffany is in Florence that Humphry sends his regards, and Signor Bastonelli.

Associated Material

A portrait print of Tresham flanks the letter, after Opie, by Freeman.