Document ReferencePl C 1/753
TitleLetter to Edward Harley, 2nd Earl of Oxford, Bulstrode, Buckinghamshire; 31 Dec. 1734
Date31 December 1734
Extent2 ff
Content DescriptionWas glad to hear from Crump that everyone is well at Bulstrode; has no interesting news to send; writes that everyone is talking about 'Miss W-n's Adventures'; refers to mention of 'L.B.' and to her 'running away with a fellow not worth a groat'; writes that a messenger arrived on behalf of a linen draper called Smith from Cheapside referring to a bill belonging to William Markby of Cambridge and drawn by Hall, also of Cambridge; wishes to know whether it should be paid.

Writer unidentified; letter unsigned.
Termsocial news
accounts, Harley

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA39330Western; - (fl 1734); Miss; subject of a scandalfl 1734
NA39331Crump; - (fl 1734); -; servantfl 1734
NA39333Smith; - (fl 1734); Mr; linen draper of Cheapsidefl 1734
NA39334Markby; William (fl 1734); Mr; of Cambridgefl 1734
NA39322Hall; - (fl 1734); Mr; maltster for 2nd Earl of Oxford at Wimpolefl 1734
NA1047Harley; Edward (1689-1741); 2nd Earl of Oxford and Mortimer; styled Lord Harley 1711-17241689-1741
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