Letter from Henry Brougham (later Baron Brougham and Vaux), Edinburgh to Charles Blagden, London

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                                from a conviction that you will preserve strict secrecy with 
respect to it, till I send you the paper itself, I am 
induced to throw myself wholly on your 
goodness & subscribe myself,
Your most obedient, 
humble, & obliged,
Servant.
<u>Henry Brougham Junior <\u>
Any answer that you may think this worthy 
of, may be directed to me.
At H. Brougham’s Esquire 
of Brougham Hall 
No 7. George Street 
<u>Edinburgh <\u>

                            
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CB/1/2/191
Series
CB
Date
1795
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Letter from Henry Brougham (later Baron Brougham and Vaux), Edinburgh to Charles Blagden, London, 1795. From The Royal Society, CB/1/2/191

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