RefNoRP/2/20
Alternative Reference numberRP/76
TitleJames Montgomery to Samuel Roberts, written from Iris Office, Sheffield
DescriptionSends him accounts for printing a pamphlet on the Police Act and 'Tales of the Poor'. Discusses a controversy in the Iris about music and invites Samuel Roberts to make one last serious contribution; should Samuel Roberts be jocular, James Montgomery must allow Vicidex another contribution. Notes that Vicidex thinks “J.M.” stands for James Montgomery and has accordingly made facetious allusions to poetry, etc. Criticism of Samuel Roberts’ literary trivia. Asks Samuel Roberts to General Burns’ Memoirs.

4 pages. (Bundle 5)
Date20 Nov 1814
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AccessStatusOpen
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