TM/1/1/28-Letter from Thomas Manning, Paris, 14 September 1803

Letter from Thomas Manning to William Manning from Paris. He is being detained in Paris and is cross as the “old Kitchen tongs”, but hoping to be able to go back to Serrant. The weather is very dry and the Seine low. There are few English in Paris “We are exceedingly well off as prisoners… Let us hope there will shortly be a peace”. Building works are being carried out in Paris and other parts of the Empire; the Venus de Medicis has arrived. Handwritten, 1 piece, 3 sides. Dated 14th September, 1803