Letter – James Losh to Henry Grey – 12 May 1832

Document Type: Letter
Date: 12 May 1832
Correspondent: James Losh
Recipient: Henry Grey
Archive Source: SS Losh Diaries
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								May 12, 1832

When I wrote to you very hastily yesterday, I did not recollect that there was last night no post from this place to London.   I have now seen Headlam, Mr. J. Fenwick and many of your other friends in Newcastle and have the greatest reason to believe that Lord Grey is, if possible, more popular than he was before his resignation.   I have also seen a good many  of the solicitors ec and I think I can venture to say that should there be a Dissolution, you and Mr. Beaumont will both be returned without any expence whatever, let who will be your opponents. But I do not believe any person will have the courage to oppose you.
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