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  • Drake was an essayist and physician in Hadleigh, Suffolk.

    Index of People

  • [1] Dr Drake of Hadleigh in Suffolk has given by letter encomiums of no common kind, and the vanity of your humble servant is a little upon the alert, we are well.

    Letter 179

  • Hadleigh [1] and your previous service and good wishes to me and my cause; I beg to renew the remembrance of good deeds, and to be allowed to gratify myself by sending you a small volume, and likewise one for the good lady [2] at whose table I was so happy, and whose goodwill I very much wish to retain.

    Letter 72

  • Dr. Drake sent spontaneously a subscription raised among his friends at Hadleigh, amounting to £13. 2s. 6d., besides which I do not remember any other favour except the drawings which you, madam, was so kind as to purchase so much above their value.

    Letter 397

  • Drake of Hadleigh, Mr Smith, and Mr Mills of Bury, Mr Gilchrist of Stamford and others, all relating to my new vollumn, and all in high commendation.

    Letter 76

  • Hadleigh, Suffolk: town in which Nathan Drake lived.

    Index of Places

  • I send you a Bill just to shew you how we proceed in the matter &c — I am writing on his account to Cambridge, Stamford, Hadleigh, Bury, Sidhurst &c

    Letter 204

  • From 1939 to 1942 he spent periods at the unstructured school founded by Cedric Morris and Arthur Lett-Haines in East Anglia, first in Dedham, Essex, and then at Hadleigh, Suffolk.

    Lucian Freud obituary

  • Phil Wells, Hadleigh, SuffolkI've always believed the brown deposit that accumulates inside a well-used teapot will readily accept fresh deposits from the latest brew, so reducing the floating deposits of tannins in the tea.

    Notes and queries: Carrefour ou E Leclerc – which is the best French supermarket? Why aliens might look just like us; Don't clean that teapot

  • Hadleigh Adams's marvellous Jesus looks and sounds the part and it is astonishing hearing him crying out to God from the back of the theatre across the darkness of the stalls.

    Othello; Grief; St Matthew Passion – review

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