St Thomas's Hospital:
Out Letter Books - Copies of Sent Correspondence

2nd March 1775 - 18th December 1807

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Image 3 of 1842nd February 1780

SirFeby: 2nd: 1780

This waits to inform you upon the
receipt of your litter on Tuesday 25. Jany. did next
day take much pains in inquiring in Great Russell
Street Bloomsbury for your residence not so happy
as to succeed. & likewise in the same time. Inquire
red for Mr. Broom in Grays Inn a Gentleman
of that Name I found inform'd the that the
knowd nothing of this affair there is likewise
a Mr. Millor I Broom could not in any thing
of those Gentlemenif you with he so good as
to send a line to inform where the Prince are
and your Proposals of Parting. this same shall
be laid before Mr. Treasurer.

I am
Your most humble Servant
Anthoy: Wingfield< no role >

To Eustace Green< no role >
Russell Street
Bloomsbury .

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