Letter – Charles Grey to James Losh – 25 Feb 1824

Document Type: Letter
Date: 25 Feb 1824
Correspondent: Charles Grey
Recipient: James Losh
Archive Source: DUL JGL A40 8-11
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Extract from Lord Grey’s Answer to Mr Losh,

In answer to the communication which Mr B has desired to be made to me through you, I beg that you will inform him that he must not expect me to retract an iota of the opinion I have expressed with regard to his conduct, and that if he shall be so ill-advised as to persevere in his threatened action, it is neither by Sir John Swinburne’s family, nor by myself, that the disclosures which must be made are to be apprehended.  The first witness I shall have to call, will probably, be yourself and some of his nearest connections.

      Febry 25th 1824
JGL A40/9.

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