Letter and envelope, William J Webb
13 Mar 1875 Current rights
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(a) The letter was written by William (Willie) Webb to his mother Maria (known as Patty) from Stockingford, Birmingham, England. The date is 13 March 1875. Although there is no year given, it is visible on the stamp.
In the letter William writes and draws a sketch about taking an egg at breakfast without waiting to be asked. There is also an ink drawing titled: Edmond caught weeping before a ..... of Mr Ball.
He also mentions that: Amy was late for prayers this morning what are we going to do with her, because you said going to bed early would not do for the girls. He also asks why: can't he ride while you are away.
(b) The envelope is addressed to: Mrs Anthony S Webb, Stockingford Vicarage, Nuneaton.
Height x Width: 67 x 121mm
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