2136 - John Longsdon to Elizabeth Longsdon, 8 July 1810
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John Longsdon to Elizabeth Longsdon, 8 July 1810
'John Longsdon in London [England] to his mother, Elizabeth Longsdon, saying that he is glad to hear from his father that she is well. He reached London late on Tuesday evening and today begins to feel recovered from the shaking of the coach, which was 10 times more dreadful than the roughest part of his passage. He saw Mr Gardom for a few minutes last night, and today will wait upon Mr Whateley and dine with Mr G Morewood. He hopes to see them in a few days. He is as well and thin as when he left England.
He refers to his sisters hoping that Kate is quite recovered and asking if she is at Miss Bradley's and if he should call there if he passes through Chesterfield. He has not seen Miss Morewood yet. He sends messages to friends and asks his brother James, to write.'
Derbyshire Record Office
Longsdon, Bakewell, Derbyshire [England]