Letter – John Fonblanque to John Bell – 9 Jan 1833

Document Type: Letter
Date: 9 Jan 1833
Correspondent: John Fonblanque
Recipient: John Bell
Archive Source: NRO 672 A 31 38
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      I am wishing to hope that I ought not to ascribe your not having answered my last letter respecting Mr Scott to any unkind feeling towards me   My motive was to ascertain whether that suffering individual had a claim which if established would somewhat alleviate his suffering & in applying to you I give you credit for that good feeling which would secure to him your sympathy in aid of my wish that he should have justice – your general character justifies the continuance of my confidance & I will still hope that you will not withhold your contribution to the cause of justice & Benevolence & in such sentiment am 

	Yours truly

	John Fonblanque


9 Janr. 1833 Temple 

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