RefNoRP/3/5
Alternative Reference numberRP/153
TitleRowland Hodgson to Samuel Roberts, written from Herne Hill, near Dulwich
DescriptionReports arrival of the Committee in London at the British Coffee House in Cockspur Street. There were many difficulties respecting the Bill in Parliament which the writer, as Chairman, had to cope with. Looks forward to his retirement at Highfield. Friend Bennet had found the vessel in which he was to sail was delayed so had gone to Paris. There is little likelihood of Mr Martin’s making considerable sales of edge tools to shops as they like to have their own name struck on the tools. Has sent rent notices for Mrs Poynton’s Norton tenants. Has met Mr John Morton. Has heard from Mr Vale but he said nothing about the house in Arundel Street. Went to the Bible Society House and met Mr ? who was about to attend a meeting of the London Auxiliaries. Would like to form a plan to help Country Societies. Dr Henderson is expected from Russia but doubtful if he can spare any time. Has met Mr Jowett, the Levant traveller.

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Date14 Apr 1821
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