Letter – Thomas Wentworth Beaumont to John Swinburne – 1 Nov 1823

Document Type: Letter
Date: 1 Nov 1823
Correspondent: Thomas Wentworth Beaumont
Recipient: John Swinburne
Archive Source: DUL JGL A40 8-11
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Copy from Mr W. Beaumont.   

      Queens Head - friday

Sir J Swinburne - received Nov 1st 1823

Sir John

      Your Son’s Letter which accompanies this will have informed you of my desire to make every amends in my power to yourself and your family for having uttered my suspicions to the Injury of Lady Swinburne without foundation, as well as of my intention to make a similar apology to Lord Grey.   My Brother Richard who is with me will be happy to come to you and express my regret for the anxiety you have suffered through my Conduct and. Y hope that Lady Swinburn and yourself will accept my apology.

      I remain Sir John

      Your Obed Hble Servt

   (signed)         Thos W Beaumont 
JGL A40/9.

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