Letter – Frederick James Wentworth to William Tweedale – 5 Oct 1792

Document Type: Letter
Date: 5 Oct 1792
Correspondent: Frederick James Wentworth
Recipient: William Tweedale
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To Mr Tweedale


I am Scarborough without money and you are at Bretton perhaps, you will send me some money, by what conveyance you think most proper either to Scarborough – where I shall stay till Sunday – and then shall go to York and stay there a day or two, and then shall come to Bretton. If you have any thing particular to say you may send me a letter directed to <Ringroses> at York.

I am very <well> again &c from

Frederic James Wentworth

October 5th 1792

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