Letter to William Pulteney.


Montagu, Mrs (Elizabeth), 1720-1800. Letter to William Pulteney.

Letter to William Pulteney.

An undated letter to William Pulteney, Earl of Bath, from Elizabeth Montagu, containing apologies to him for taking so long to respond to his letter, and admiration for his generosity towards mutual friend Elizabeth Carter. Montagu promises to convey some money from Pulteney to Carter, and says she will not conceal that the gift comes from him. Accompanied by an autograph note from A.M. Broadley (signed "AMB") explaining how the letter was given to him by friend and Montagu relative Emily J. Climenson. Purchased together with an autography letter from Matthew Montagu to his wife, now cataloged separately as ba MS.2010.019.

[3] p. ; 19 x 23 cm.

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