|Content Description||Expresses regret at leaving his company and thanks him for his hospitality in Venice. Describes their journey back home, including seeing the victory flags flying at Bergamo [the town defeated the Austrians to become part of Italy in 1860]. Urges him to read G. James's letter in Galignani's Literary Gazette about Garibaldi's troops. Reports that Prince Albert has lost his Mama so everyone is feeling very low at Court. News about Lady Frederick Bentinck's health.|
Pw M 346/2 is an envelope addressed to Rawdon Brown esqr, Casa della Vida, San Marcuola, Venice. Postmarked 1 Oct. '60. Envelope contains a postscript concerning a book and some china.