GB/0397 Royal Academy of Arts Archive.
        
HU Ozias Humphry papers 1753-1810
                
HU/2 Original correspondence of Ozias Humphry, volume 2 1774-1784
                        >HU/2/12 James Butler, "on board the Devonshire in the bay of Salerno", to Ozias Humphry, at Cafe Inglese, Rome 6 Sep 1774
Reference CodeHU/2/12
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TitleJames Butler, "on board the Devonshire in the bay of Salerno", to Ozias Humphry, at Cafe Inglese, Rome
Date6 Sep 1774
Extent & Medium1 piece
Content DescriptionHe and his son have arrived after a journey of seven weeks; some letters he received from England require he asks a favour of Humphry; the managers of the Opera would have him discover the health of the singer Mr. Carabaldi, and whether he can make the trip to England; he also requires for the Opera a score of Anfossi, composed last year in Rome, Mr. Wiseman will help him, but should not know the nature of the commission; his wife could not make the journey due to her health; his best wishes to Mr. Romney and the Paines; letters should be addressed to him at Naples care of Leigh Banker.

A note on the cover reads "an eminent musician, died at Rome and buried by Mr. Humphry."