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Title
Correspondence to unknown from George Dance
Creator
Dance, George, 1741-1825
Date Created and/or Issued
1811 October 27
Contributing Institution
UC Riverside, Library, Special Collections and University Archives
Collection
Nichols family collection on the Palace of Westminster
Rights Information
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Type
text
Form/Genre
correspondence
Extent
1 page
Identifier
ark:/86086/n2d21x4q
curivsc_203_001_002_004
Language
English
eng
Subject
Westminster Palace (London, England)
Source
MS 203
Relation
Series 1. Correspondence and other material
Transcription
1 367. 23.3.55.W.S (handwritten in lead) Upper Gower Street Oct. 27 1811 My Dear Sir, Upon my return to Town yesterday I found your very kind Letter and papers – accept my best thanks for your generous interference in opposing the unprovoked and hateful calumny against the dead – be assured that what you have done will leave a lasting impression upon my mind and heart and that I shall ever remain with affectionate regard Truly and sincerely yours G. Dance Sir George Dance (handwritten in lead)

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