Saturday, 19 April 2014

[After] 19th April 1814: Threatening letter sent to a Leicester Hosier, James Rawson

[After 19th April 1814 – date of meeting alluded to]

James Rawson

We here declare that your life shall pay the forfit of your conduct, on tuesday last at the Exchange, and at the committee since your commencing Overseer of the poor. there is not a greater Villain in existence. than you. are. We, shall. set no. time but. take opertunity as it serves. you may perhaps evade it. for a time but we shall. be warey. and sure. for our resolution. is not to be shaken. A committee is appointed. and your most secret. movement. are obsrved.

This letter can be found at HO 42/138.

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