Harvey's concerns over Trevithick's financial situation
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- Letters from Henry Harvey to Richard and Jane Trevithick
- Harvey, Henry
Expresses concern that if Trevithick returns to business, his creditors could abandon him leaving Trevithick unable to pay his debts with the result that he may again succumb to illness. Mr Harvey states he will not pay Trevithick's debts as his duty is to provide for the family. Jane is encouraged to leave everything to Mr Blewett who would make money available for family purposes.
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