Diary of a Resurrectionist, Monday 24th February 1812

Monday 24th.
Bill Jack Tom and Ben’n with Nat Ure Getting drunk oblige to Come Home in a Coach which prevented us going out to Harps.

I have always assumed Nat Ure is a person, Nat being short for Nathan or Nathanial, but it could be the word nature, some expression I don’t understand. This entry refutes the stereotype of the drunken resurrectionist; drinking on the job was bad for the business.


About theresurrectionists

My name is Kirsty Chilton. I am a Medical Historian working in London and relentlessly searching for the body snatchers of 18th and 19th century London. Currently, the content of this blog is a personal project to repost and comment on the diary of 19th century Resurrectionist Joseph Naples 200 years from the time it was written.
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