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Letter from Florence Nightingale to unknown man, 1855
Letter from Florence Nightingale to unknown man, 1855
TitleLetter from Florence Nightingale to unknown man, 1855
AuthorNightingale, Florence, 1820-1910
Date of OriginalDecember 16, 1855
TranscriptionScutari

December 16, 1855

Sir

May I request that you will have the kindness on arriving at Balaclava to forward these two government nurses, each to her destination? Each bears a note to you naming the hospital to which she is bound.

With many apologies for the trouble which I am giving you.

I remain sir, your obedient servant,

Florence Nightingale
LanguageEnglish
TypeText
HostUniversity of Illinois Chicago. Library.
RepositoryUniversity of Illinois at Chicago. Library. Special Collections and University Archives.
Collection SourceFlorence Nightingale Letters Collection
CollectionFlorence Nightingale Letters Collection (University of Illinois Chicago)
CitationCite as letter as [Author], [Title], [Collection name]
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IdentifierFNLC_0001_0001_001_001
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