Letter – Charles Grey to Thomas Richard Beaumont – 27 Jan 1807

Document Type: Letter
Date: 27 Jan 1807
Correspondent: Charles Grey
Recipient: Thomas Richard Beaumont
Archive Source: DUL GRE B D
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Private.							Downing St. Jany. 27th. 1807

Dear Sir,

              I yesterday recd. a letter from the Lord Advocate of Scotland to whom I had communicated the letter written by the Clerk of the Peace of Northumberland in consequence of the resolutions of the Magistrates at the Quarter Sessions stating that he would take the inconvenience complained of into immediate consideration, and concert the measures necessary for remedying it, with the Attorney and Solicitor Genl. This answer I have communicated to Mr. Davidson. 

	I am Dear Sir your very obedt. Humble servt


T.R.Beaumont Esq.
GRE/B6/13/3. The then Lord Howick was Charles Grey, 1764-1845, and Foreign Secretary at the time of writing

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