Letter and envelope, from A E Webb to Reverend Anthony Webb
28 Nov 1879 Current rights
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In the letter Arthur asks his mother and father to forward a letter to William Webb, his brother and asks about his health. He writes that he played in a match but they lost three goals to one, that he attended a Derby concert, that Jay got dead drunk on the stout given to each fellow after the concert was over, that there is a rage for chess and there has been a number of burglaries, however one boy has been locked up and his father has been consulted. He finishes with: Your affectionate son A E Webb.
b. The envelope is addressed to Reverend A S Webb, Stockingford Vicarage, Numeaton and is date stamped 28 and 29 November 1879.
Height x Width: 70 x 120mm
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