Letter – Henry Liddell – 26 Jun 1826

Document Type: Letter
Date: 26 Jun 1826
Correspondent: Henry Liddell
Archive Source: NRO ZMD 167 6 71
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Mr. Liddell’s letters to Mrs. Beaumont.

To the Freeholders of the County of Northumberland.


      So many erroneous impressions have been found regarding these letters, that I deem it right to publish them for the entire satisfaction of all, whether friends or opponents. — The first was written on the evening of that day when I first came forward for the County and when I fully expected a contest with Lord Howick.

[The two printed letters follow at this point in the original printed hand bill] 

I have the honour to be, Gentlemen, Your faithful and devoted servant,

      H. T. Liddell.

Alnwick, June 26th, 1826.			Davison, Printer, Alnwick

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