Letter – Wladyslaw Zamoiski to Charles Grey – 7 Nov 1832

Document Type: Letter
Date: 7 Nov 1832
Correspondent: Wladyslaw Zamoiski
Recipient: Charles Grey
Archive Source: DUL GRE B D
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      London 7 November 1832


	The Baron of <Suglend & Sywith> was saddened to return to the <Treforesie> without having the honour of paying his respects to My Lord Grey, when he learnt that the time of His Excellency's stay in the countryside was uncertain. Consequently the Baron of Suglend dares to hope that His Excellency would like to indicate to him a time which would be most convenient to him for this purpose.

 	He has the honour of repeating to My Lord Grey the assurance of his very high esteem.
GRE/B60/13/2/1 translated from the very formal and impersonal diplomatic French

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