Catalogue description Letters from Dr. Thomas Sanden, Chichester, to Neville

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Details of MC 7/852, 396 x 1
Reference: MC 7/852, 396 x 1
Title: Letters from Dr. Thomas Sanden, Chichester, to Neville

With some draft and copy draft replies. Neville's travels, Gifford's death and the resulting lawsuit, medical matters inc. references to Sanden's practice and the Brunonian System, politics inc. anti-tyranny sentiments and ref. to sinister influence of Pitt, recommendations of Neville as a physician in Norfolk, placing of Neville's infant daughter near Chichester, tone of medical practitioners in Norwich, Neville's family background and rumour that he was a son of Thomas Hollis, suicide of a servant, establishment of an infirmary near Chichester, Norwich musical festival, description of Dr. Duncan sen. declaiming his own poetry on Arthur's Seat, machine breaking in Sussex 1830, cholera 1832, news of friends inc. Thomas Baker. Inc. also copy of draft of 1782 to William Blackburn. 1779-83, 1820-33

Date: 1779-1833
Held by: Norfolk Record Office, not available at The National Archives
Language: English
Physical description: 29 letters

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