Letter – Henry Beaumont to Thomas Wentworth Beaumont – 8 Feb 1833

Document Type: Letter
Date: 8 Feb 1833
Correspondent: Henry Beaumont
Recipient: Thomas Wentworth Beaumont
Archive Source: AE misc letters
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My dear Wentworth

      I was just on the move from Bedale, when I received your letter, the advice which it contained I really thank you very much for. – You stated that you would have 30, or 40,000£ ready in May if I wished to accept it. I must thank you for your kind offer and will accept 30,000£ and will leave the 20,000£ in your hands for the current year, after which time I should wish to be able to call upon you for any portion of it (as might be convenient to me), on six months notice if wanted. – 

      I am sorry not to have answered your letter sooner, but I waited to see if the opinions of others on the subject coincided with my own. I hope this plan will not be otherwise than convenient to you, as it is particularly so to me.- We have got a nice house <hog> on the Cliff a very good sea view, and the only objection is the rooms are so hot, which is seldom the case at Watering Places. Katy desires her best love to Henrietta and yourself and with mine.

Believe me

	Yours very affectionately

	Henry R Beaumont

Digby and I were out yesterday and killed four Woodcocks. –

Scarbro’ Feby 8th 1833

I open my letter again

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