TM/2/4/3-Letter from W Baines, 15 November 1790

Letter from W Baines to Thomas Manning from Charter House Square London. He writes that Manning had prophesied well and that he does not like the position that he has taken up. But Mr Baine’s has been so kind he would not leave suddenly. He wonders if Manning’s Algebra book is published and asks for the bookseller so he can buy copies. He requests that Manning sort out his outstanding debts in Cambridge and find out about a girl who lived by the Physick Garden. He had visited Lamb with Lloyd’s letter and formed a favourable impression of Charles Lamb. He asks Manning to write. Handwritten, 1 piece, 3 sides. Dated 15 November 1790