London, South Kensington
29 November 1996
CHARLES BABBAGE (1792-1871)
Autograph letter signed ("C. Babbage") to Mary Brunel, one page, 8vo, Dorset St., 10 Jan. 1842.
He encloses a letter of introduction (not present) for Prandi. "If Mr. Brunel should have set out for Turin will you open the accompanying letter. I think it would be desirable to forward to him my introduction to M. Prandi."
With an autograph note, unsigned, from Dorset St., Monday 10th, reading: "Mr Babbage will have much pleasure in dining with Mr. and Mrs. Brunel on Thursday the 15 Inst." (2)
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