Letter – Charles Grey to Thomas Wentworth Beaumont – 31 Aug 1823

Document Type: Letter
Date: 31 Aug 1823
Correspondent: Charles Grey
Recipient: Thomas Wentworth Beaumont
Archive Source: DUL JGL A40 8-11
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To T.W.Beaumont Esq (Copy) answer

      Tunbridge Wells Augt 31st 1823


	I this moment received your most extraordinary letter, which has excited not only my surprise, but my indignation.

	How you could justify to yourself the unwarrantable use you have made of my name I will not inquire. I feel it only necessary to say, that as far as relates to myself, the infamous allegation you have made against Lady Swinburne’s character is totally false and unfounded.

	I am, Sir, your obedient humble servant.

JGL A40/9.

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