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Copy Doncaster January 24th 1824 Sir Willoughby Gordon I received your letter with Earl Grey's enclosed, last night, & was far from having any desire of taking the notice of it, that in the conclusion of your's you appear to apprehend - I shall only observe by the way, that the idea of my having been under a mental delusion did not at first suggest itself to Lord Grey, for his conduct was entirely at variance with such an idea. It is my intention upon my return to London to take measures for vindicating my character, & confuting the many falsehoods which have been uttered concerning my conduct in this affair. I have the honor to be Sir Yr obedt Servant (signed). T W Beaumont Sir W Gordon Bart.
GRE/B60/4/136B. Copy found amongst related correspondence dated 19-21 Jan.