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Letter of Introduction for Dr Ramsay

Author(s): Crawford, Robert James

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Sydney
11th July 1822


My Dear Father


This will be handed to
you by Dr. Ramsay, the Gentleman who has
so kindly taken charge of my Letters. _ he
proposes visiting Greenock, and I need scarcely
tell you and - the family to be attentive
to him. He is a very Gentlemanly young
man, and one that longer acquaintance
only makes me esteem the more. I refer
you to the Dr. as to particulars with regard
to my health. Believe me ever

My Dear Father
Your very affectionate Son
Rob. Crawford

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Letter of Introduction for Dr Ramsay

Document Information

Document ID 277
Title Letter of Introduction for Dr Ramsay
Year group 1800-1850
Genre Personal writing
Year of publication 1822
Place of publication Sydney, Australia
Wordcount 90

Author information: Crawford, Robert James

Author ID 264
Forenames Robert James
Surname Crawford
Gender Male
Year of birth 1799
Place of birth Greenock, Scotland
Mother's place of birth Irvine, Scotland
Father's place of birth Greenock, Scotland
Occupation Clerk, landowner
Locations where resident Greenock, Australia