A. W. N. Pugin

The Collected Letters of A. W. N. Pugin, Vol. 4: 1849–1850

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To JOHN HARDMANRamsgate, Friday, 23 March 1849?

Text: MS PC [HLRO 98]   Address: none   Postmark: none


My dear Hardman

I have just got paid for the galliott—the best job I have had this year so that is all right. my face is rather Easier. the pain is bearable. I am very sorry to hear of your sore throat. you must have caught it going out—I never knew any one so susceptible of cold as you are. It is too bad to worry you about business but the brass for the chantry is very badly wanted. I am getting into great discredit with Mrs Petre & she is rich. The window for Captain Ryder will be finished I expect tomorrow—I am very busy finishing up my drawings.

  • ever dear Hardman      
  • your devoted friend
  • ✠AWelby Pugin   

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