Item 135 - Letter from Hugh James Rose

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Add. MS a/211/135


Letter from Hugh James Rose


  • 25 Oct. [1822] (Creation)

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4 pp.

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Horsham - Information and a query concerning his work on inscriptions ['Inscriptiones Graecae Vetustissianae', 1825]. HJR would be curious to attend Julius Hare's lectures: 'I suppose that Plato illustrated by Coleridge with excursuses on Kant will be the least of Hare's feats'. If HJR is at the Cambridge election he will vote for Lord Hervey. HJR is pleased Richard Jones is not going to marry - 'the woman is old[,] ugly, stupid[,] vulgar, poor, in bad health and beset by brothers and sisters who are really too horrible'.

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