xml:lang="en" lang="en" dir="ltr">

Transcribe Bentham: A Collaborative Initiative

From Transcribe Bentham: Transcription Desk

Keep up to date with the latest news - subscribe to the Transcribe Bentham newsletter; Find a new page to transcribe in our list of Untranscribed Manuscripts

JB/169/106/004

Jump to: navigation, search
Ready for review. Submitted by Kdownunder

Click Here To Edit

12

he went, in order to suggest improvements in that
branch of the police. I had not the least personal
acquaintance with him: but he paid me
a visit t’other day of his own accord, on occasion of the View
of the Hard-labour Bill and told me he was
just going to set out on another tour to compleat
his plan: I do not remember all the places he
told me he intended proposed had now to visit: but the Prussian
and Austrian dominions were among them. When he was at visiting the prison at Mentz upon a former tour, he found a gentleman from the King of Prussia upon the same errand. The prison at Mentz had got a name it seems for by the good regimen observed in it. I wish
your Empress who takes such so much delight in singular
and meritorious characters, would invite him to Petersburgh,
and if he comes, or even if he does not
come, shew him some mark of favour. He is a
country gentleman of handsome fortune, and but
for an electioneering quirk of the Ministry would
have been for kept his seat for
Bedford at in the last Election. He is I believe, take him
for all in all, one of the most extraordinary men
this age can shew. For these 4 or 5 years
past he has devoted the whole of his time to this
one object: by while upon his travels he draws
a hundred pounds a month. His own private affairs he
says suffer for it a little: but this he says does
not mind: he is a widower with only one child
who is very well provided for from other quarters.
He has a constitution as irony as your own, and
yet observes a severity of regimen from to which happily
you have no need to subject yourself. While upon
his travels he allows himself every other night for
sleeping. He breakfasts on tea and bread & butter, eats
no


Identifier: | JB/169/106/004
"JB/" can not be assigned to a declared number type with value 169.

Date_1

Marginal Summary Numbering

Box

169

Main Headings

Folio number

106

Info in main headings field

letter to foster petersburgh

Image

004

Titles

Category

correspondence

Number of Pages

4

Recto/Verso

recto

Page Numbering

f9 / f10 / f11 / f12

Penner

jeremy bentham

Watermarks

[[watermarks::l v g propatria [britannia motif]]]

Marginals

Paper Producer

caroline vernon

Corrections

Paper Produced in Year

Notes public

letter 248, vol. 2

ID Number

56926

Box Contents

UCL Home » Transcribe Bentham » Transcription Desk