• Josiah Dornford to August Wilhelm von Schlegel

  • Place of Dispatch: London · Place of Destination: Amsterdam · Date: 30.06.1791
Edition Status: Newly transcribed and labelled; double collated
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  • Sender: Josiah Dornford
  • Recipient: August Wilhelm von Schlegel
  • Place of Dispatch: London
  • Place of Destination: Amsterdam
  • Date: 30.06.1791
  • Notations: Empfangsort erschlossen.
    Manuscript
  • Provider: Sächsische Landesbibliothek - Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Dresden
  • OAI Id: DE-1a-33442
  • Classification Number: Mscr.Dresd.e.90,XIX,Bd.6,Nr.20
  • Number of Pages: 3S. auf Doppelbl., hs. m. U.
  • Format: 23,5 x 18,7 cm
  • Incipit: „[1] Dear Schlegel
    I have just time to inclose a letter, which I received this morng. from Reading concerning our friend [...]“
  • Editors: Bamberg, Claudia · Cook, Hermione · Varwig, Olivia
[1] Dear Schlegel
I have just time to inclose a letter, which I received this morng. from
Reading concerning our friend Fiorillo, whom I wish to do all the service to in my power & hope that Mr Charnocks information will be satisfactory. We are all in the most anxious suspense relative to the conduct of the Enragées in France in consequence of the recapture of their unfortunate King – I sin[2]cerely hoped that he had found an asylum in Germany, till the news came of his being apprehended on the road. Mr Geo. Smith is just gone to join his Regt – I have received a letter from Mr Heyne this morng dated in April, which I cannot account for. Pray make my respectful compts to him, Professor Lichtenberg, and all my German friends. You will much oblige me by sending the inclosed [3] letter to Fredericks Mother & desire Gumprecht to give her three pounds sterling & draw upon me in London for the money. I suppose by this time Mr Lawrenceʼs family are arrived if they are pray make my compts & recommend Fischer as their Physician
Leben sie wohl
Yours sincerely
JDornford
Lincolnʼs Inn London
June 30
th 1791
[4] Dear Schlegel
[1] Dear Schlegel
I have just time to inclose a letter, which I received this morng. from
Reading concerning our friend Fiorillo, whom I wish to do all the service to in my power & hope that Mr Charnocks information will be satisfactory. We are all in the most anxious suspense relative to the conduct of the Enragées in France in consequence of the recapture of their unfortunate King – I sin[2]cerely hoped that he had found an asylum in Germany, till the news came of his being apprehended on the road. Mr Geo. Smith is just gone to join his Regt – I have received a letter from Mr Heyne this morng dated in April, which I cannot account for. Pray make my respectful compts to him, Professor Lichtenberg, and all my German friends. You will much oblige me by sending the inclosed [3] letter to Fredericks Mother & desire Gumprecht to give her three pounds sterling & draw upon me in London for the money. I suppose by this time Mr Lawrenceʼs family are arrived if they are pray make my compts & recommend Fischer as their Physician
Leben sie wohl
Yours sincerely
JDornford
Lincolnʼs Inn London
June 30
th 1791
[4] Dear Schlegel
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