Ref No920 ROS/3534
TitleA.S. letter from W.R. to his wife
DescriptionBirchfield. Refers to their prospective removal to Allerton. Had breakfasted with his friend Shepherd in Gateacre. Found little Mully walking in the gardens at Allerton, who is delighted with it, rubbing his hands and saying "Well, well, this will be the place for quietness." Means to continue very early rising. Ann Lace and he go on very comfortably and quietly.
Date31 Apr (sic) 1798
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