• Henry Dawkins to August Wilhelm von Schlegel

  • Place of Dispatch: Sandgate (Großbritannien) · Place of Destination: Bonn · Date: 20.07.1826
Edition Status: Newly transcribed and labelled; double collated
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  • Sender: Henry Dawkins
  • Recipient: August Wilhelm von Schlegel
  • Place of Dispatch: Sandgate (Großbritannien)
  • Place of Destination: Bonn
  • Date: 20.07.1826
    Manuscript
  • Provider: Sächsische Landesbibliothek - Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Dresden
  • OAI Id: DE-1a-34336
  • Classification Number: Mscr.Dresd.e.90,XIX,Bd.29,Nr.8
  • Number of Pages: 3S. auf Doppelbl., hs. m. U. u. Adresse
  • Format: 24,9 x 20,1 cm
  • Incipit: „[1] Sandgate July 20th 1826
    Dear Sir
    I hasten to reply to your letter of the 13th which I received Yesterday in [...]“
    Language
  • English
    Editors
  • Cook, Hermione
  • Varwig, Olivia
[1] Sandgate July 20th 1826
Dear Sir
I hasten to reply to your letter of the 13
th which I received Yesterday in which I read with Concern of the affliction and trouble with which you have been oppressed. – I lament that the Arrangement I have made should break in upon my Sons Academical Studies. have the kindness my dear Sir to advise him how he may best by private study, remedy this evil - and be so good to draw upon me, directed to the Woods & Forests as heretofore, for any Sum not exceeding One Hundred Pounds, thus you shall deem amply sufficient to meet [2] any demand upon the Close of Clintons Accounts and furnish him with his travelling expenses,
I return you my warmest thanks dear Sir for your opinions upon the Subject of my future plans for
my Son. indeed I can but ill express the Sum we have of our Obligations to you. My Son will I am sure with his Parents retain a grateful remembrance of them, and allow me to assure you My Dear Sir that I shall ever remain
Your Most Sincerely Obliged
and grateful
Hxxxx
Henry Dawkins
[3] [leer]
[4] A. Monr
Mon
r
Le Chevalier de Schlegel
&c. &c.
a
Bonn
en Allemagne
M.r P Adams
[1] Sandgate July 20th 1826
Dear Sir
I hasten to reply to your letter of the 13
th which I received Yesterday in which I read with Concern of the affliction and trouble with which you have been oppressed. – I lament that the Arrangement I have made should break in upon my Sons Academical Studies. have the kindness my dear Sir to advise him how he may best by private study, remedy this evil - and be so good to draw upon me, directed to the Woods & Forests as heretofore, for any Sum not exceeding One Hundred Pounds, thus you shall deem amply sufficient to meet [2] any demand upon the Close of Clintons Accounts and furnish him with his travelling expenses,
I return you my warmest thanks dear Sir for your opinions upon the Subject of my future plans for
my Son. indeed I can but ill express the Sum we have of our Obligations to you. My Son will I am sure with his Parents retain a grateful remembrance of them, and allow me to assure you My Dear Sir that I shall ever remain
Your Most Sincerely Obliged
and grateful
Hxxxx
Henry Dawkins
[3] [leer]
[4] A. Monr
Mon
r
Le Chevalier de Schlegel
&c. &c.
a
Bonn
en Allemagne
M.r P Adams
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