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Letter from Lord Hardwicke, Wimpole, to Captain Ridge, 1800 August 10 : autograph manuscript signed.

Author: Philip Yorke Hardwicke, Earl of; Ridge, Captain
Publisher: Wimpole, England, 1800 August 10.
Edition/Format:   Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Referring to confusion over a letter sent to or received from a Mr. Jones; saying "If it is necessary to say anything more to him, I wish you to do it in any manner that will give you the least trouble. For my part, I shall give myself no more concern upon the subject, as I have no idea, after what you were commissioned to offer last winter, & which he haughtily rejected, of suffering myself to be dictated to in a  Read more...
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Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Philip Yorke Hardwicke, Earl of; Ridge, Captain
OCLC Number: 270506225
Notes: Endorsed.
Address panel with postmarks "Royston. August tenth. 1800 / Captain Ridge / 43. Charing Cross / London / free / Hardwicke."
From Letters of James Boswell.
Description: 1 item (2 pages, with address) ; 24.8 x 20.0 cm

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Referring to confusion over a letter sent to or received from a Mr. Jones; saying "If it is necessary to say anything more to him, I wish you to do it in any manner that will give you the least trouble. For my part, I shall give myself no more concern upon the subject, as I have no idea, after what you were commissioned to offer last winter, & which he haughtily rejected, of suffering myself to be dictated to in a point of which I am the only proper Judge - He closed the business himself in a manner as obnoxious as possible. Many thanks for your information about Lord D's house. The price asked is beyond what I think is worth my while to give; & as there is little probability of their accepting the sum which I commissioned you to bid for me I think there may be little use in making an offer at present & as I should not choose to exceed it."

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