TM/1/1/09-Letter from Thomas Manning, London, 1801

Letter from Thomas Manning to William Manning from [Greek] Street, Soho. He writes to tell his father that his passport has to go in the dispatch box to the King; that he probably won’t look at it until Tuesday and may be he should have written to “George Rex” to tell him he was in a hurry. He will travel to France by the Diligence and will write from Calais unless he is asleep as he passes through. Handwritten, 1 piece, 2 sides. Postmarked 1801