Library: British Library, London

Manuscript: Sloane MS 4042

Folio: f. 150

Microfilm: The History of Science and Technology Series One: The Papers of Sir Hans Sloane, 1660-1753 From the British Library, London Part 1: Science & Society, 1660-1773 Reel 4 Sloane Mss. 4042, 4043 98463

Language: English

Letter Categories:
Material Culture

Letter Subject:

Date of letter (as written): June 30, 1710 (Gregorian)

Standardised date: 1710-06-30

Letter Origin (as written):

Letter Destination (as written): These For Dr Sloan at His house in Bloomsburysquare

Mr. Hughes

Sir Hans Sloane

Others Mentioned:
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Letter written about self or others: N/A

Single or Multiple Sufferers: N/A

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[fol. 150] Sr This is to beg the favour of you to send me by the bearer the two Busts, not that I think the Duke will buy them but because of my Promise, his Grace should see them for which I stand charg'd and whereof I hope you will give me leave to acquit myself and intending tomorrow between 4 and 5 to wait upon you to execute the other obligation, in the meantime I remain Sr Your most faithful humble servant Hughes Ingr 30 June 1710

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