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Letter from Lady Johanna St. John to Thomas Hardyman 25th October 1661

Letter from Lady Johanna St. John to Thomas Hardyman 25th October 1661
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Letter from Lady Johanna St.John, writing from her home at Battersea Manor to Thomas Hardyman, her Steward at Lydiard Park, 25th October 1661.

Lady Johanna instructs Hardyman to send up blankets and feathers from Lydiard to Battersea. References to Lord Rochester and Ditchley and the building of Battersea Bridge.

Year:
1661
Author:
Lady Johanna St. John
Type:
Letter
Location:
Wiltshire and Swindon History Centre
Owner:
Wiltshire and Swindon History Centre
Reference:
340/22
Copyright:
Wiltshire and Swindon History Centre
Last updated on:
Thursday 2nd September 2021

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