A solicitor's letter from 1826

Solicitor's letter from 1826. Click to see full-size version. | From the private collection of Jan Hill
Solicitor's letter from 1826. Click to see full-size version.
From the private collection of Jan Hill
Envelope for letter | From the private collection of Jan Hill
Envelope for letter
From the private collection of Jan Hill
Close-up of date stamp | From the private collection of Jan Hill
Close-up of date stamp
From the private collection of Jan Hill

This interesting old letter is dated May 15 1826. It was addressed to John Mills Esq., Banker, North Street, Brighton.

The letter is an invitation to a Creditor’s meeting at the New Inn in North Street to discuss the Estate and Effects of Mr Thomas Wyborn a builder of Gardener Street, who had become insolvent.

The letter plus a set of drawings dating from the 1840s have been contributed to Letter in the Attic by Jan Hill.

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