Dr. Collyer to T. J. Pettigrew, Esq., 6 September 1823
To / T. Pettigrew Esque.
&c &c &c
5, Brunswick-place, Deptford,
Sept. 6, 1823
My dear friend,
Thank you a thousand times - your testimony is all I would wish.
I will see you the moment I can learn exactly what my friends wish me to do. My reason for not going to Kensington is one of delicacy alone - I could not think of meeting the benevolent & illustrious Duke of Sussex, while imputation rested upon me.
I would wish more : but I am very ill today with bilious headache. Your’s affectly.,
W B Collyer
To/ T. J. Pettigrew, Esq.
Source: James Marshall & Marie-Louise Osborn Collection, Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Yale University, Pettigrew Correspondence, series I, box 4, folder 136