Letter – Thomas Wentworth Beaumont to Diana Beaumont – 26 Nov 1819

Document Type: Letter
Date: 26 Nov 1819
Correspondent: Thomas Wentworth Beaumont
Recipient: Diana Beaumont
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					<Warrens> Hotel. Nov. 26. 1819

My dear Mother

      I enclose you the draft of the Ag[reemen]t just rec[eive]d from Fenwick, of which I entirely <approve>, with the conditions <these> secure, it w[oul]d be very advisable that 4,000£ <sh[oul]d> paid at the signing of the Ag[reemen]t if you can make it convenient to do so. The whole am[oun]t of the sum to be paid on the 12th Jany, <wch> to the value <of> the wood probably from 12 to <15>,000£ & 44, 000£ <...nlated> in the Ag[reemen]t – Much stress has been laid <in conformity> with my letter to Fenwick upon the validity of a <marketable> title being made soon to me – All the objectionable facts in the <former> agr[eemen]t are struck out – As soon as you have read it & have had to make some observations upon it, I shall be glad to hear from you, & have the Draft again - Fenwick informs me also that it has been <referred> to & approved by Mr. Williamson – I am quite recovered from my indisposition & ready to attend the business of Parl[iamen]t which leaves me no time for anything else- 

	With best love to all at home I remain

      My dear Mother Your very aff[ectiona]te Son

      TW Beaumont
Note on cover indicates letter sent from London.

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