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Correspondence to J.B. Nichols, Esquire from E. W. Brayley
Brayley, E. W. (Edward Wedlake), 1773-1854
Nichols, J. B. (John Bowyer), 1779-1863
Date Created and/or Issued
1839 January 26
Contributing Institution
UC Riverside, Library, Special Collections and University Archives
Nichols family collection on the Palace of Westminster
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3 pages
Westminster Palace (London, England)
MS 203
Series 1. Correspondence and other material
(addressed to J. B Nicholls, Esq.) January 26 1839 Dear Sir I inclose for your consideration a Brief acount of some Roman Remains in Bedfordshire by my friend Mr. Inskip who writes is to be interested in the Gent’s Mag. es should you think it suitable. Several of the articles mentioned and one in Mr. Inskip’s possession were described in the “Graphic Illustrated” accompanied by wood cuts – any and all of which shall be at your command, as thy were bought by me at the bankruptcy sale of Mr. Gilbert’s effects. And this mention of wood cuts brings to my recollection that you[‘ve] several of mine in your office that I lent for the “Houses of Parliament.” Ps. Please return me Mr. Inskip’s MS. should it not be used or even if it be, let me have it with a proof. I am, Dear Sir Very truly yours Edw. W. Brayley (Edward Wedlake Brayley)

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