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TitleLetter from John Cossen, Wimpole, to Edward Harley, 2nd Earl of Oxford, Dover Street, London; 6 Aug. 1727
Date6 August 1727
Extent2 ff
Content DescriptionExplains why he feels the continuation of candle-making is not effective; reports on the health of Thomas Kettlewell; writes that Samuel Jackson has been attended by Mr Sandys and would have had his collar bone set had he not been afraid the earl would not approve; he has been to see the apothecary Mr Wall instead but is still in pain; mentions the lameness of the pad Quaker and the 'knots' suffered by the Arabian, and the farrier's thoughts on those matters.
Termmedical conditions, broken collar bone
animals, horses

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA39024Kettlewell; Thomas (fl 1723-1735); Mr; servant at Wimpole working with horsesfl 1723-1735
NA39125Jackson; Samuel (-1736); Mr; servant at Wimpole-1736
NA39186Sandys; - (fl 1727-1741); Dr; medical practitioner near Wimpolefl 1727-1741
NA39052Wall; - (fl 1724-1727); Mr; apothecary of Cambridgefl 1724-1727
NA38705Cossen; John (fl 1713-1738); Mr; wood agent later chief agent of 2nd Earl of Oxford at Wimpolefl 1713-1738
NA1047Harley; Edward (1689-1741); 2nd Earl of Oxford and Mortimer; styled Lord Harley 1711-17241689-1741
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