One letter sent by George Worms to his father, May 4, 1845, and 9 letters sent by Charles Stuart Cochrane to his solicitor,
F.B. Robinson, over the course of 1831. The letter from Worms is writtenfrom a hotel in Dover during a journey to Calais
and Brussels, and describes the passage and the weather, discusses his prospects for an examination. The letters from Cochrane
discuss general business and political matters, including a patent. Cochrane was an inventor of wool manufacturing machinery.
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