41. Robert Bloomfield to George Bloomfield, 29 October 1800*
London 29th Oct 1800
I dined at Mr Hoods on Sunday and find my affairs stand nearly as follows
|Total cost of 3 first editions||481 odd shillings|
|When all sold will produce joint profit||613 odd shillings|
|Out of Hood's half of the profits|
|he proposes to give me for these|
|three Editions,||50, 0|
|and another||50, 0|
for the next three, this hundred pounds is more than I had expected. I am to draw on him for my wants at Bury. You may inform Mr Smy that I should be glad to live at Bury, and if the situation and conditions could be still further explaind to me I should know how to proceed as to bringing my furniture, what part of it may be required and what not, are there stoves or ranges fix'd? & c &c.
I have I believe more in family than Mr Smy. What room should I have to stow them in?
Your Brother Robert