Library: British Library, London

Manuscript: Sloane MS 4044

Folio: f. 212

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 5 Sloane Mss. 4044, 4045 98463

Language: English

Letter Categories:
Royal Society

Letter Subject:

Date of letter (as written): September 13, 1716 (Gregorian)

Standardised date: 1716-09-13

Letter Origin (as written): Wood Street Compter

Letter Destination (as written):

John Welbe

Sir Hans Sloane

Others Mentioned:
No Other Attached to This Letter

Letter written about self or others: N/A

Single or Multiple Sufferers: N/A

Patients Mentioned in Letter:
No Patients Attached to this Letter


[fol. 212] May it please Your Hn'r With humble submission I take the liberty to lay my case before Your Hon'r, humbly desiring the favour of Your Hon'r to recommend it to the Royal Society, according as Your Hon'r shall think fit, being confind in prisson for debt, and not having wherewith to subsist. If Your Hon'r please to answer my humble request, twill be an unspeakable obligation upon, May it please Your Hon'r Your Honours Most obedient and Most humble servant J. Welbe Wood Street Compton Sept'r the 13th = 1716

Other Notes:
For the 'case', see: Sloane MS 4044, fols. 213-217.