Letter – John Lambton – 20 Jul 1826

Document Type: Letter
Date: 20 Jul 1826
Correspondent: John Lambton
Archive Source: DUL JGL A40 8-11
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Correct Copy of Correspondence between MR BEAUMONT and Earl GREY

FROM some observations which Mr Beaumont made in his Speech at the final Close of the Poll, it has been thought proper to give publicity to the following Correspondence:-

[at foot]: Fordyce, Printer, 29, Sandhill [Newcastle]
JGL A40/9. The printed header of the broadsheet containing extracts of correspondence relating to TWB’s ‘madness’ in 1823-4, and assumed to have been assembled by Lambton.The broadsheet is undated but was republished in the Newcastle Courant on Sat 22 July 1826, shortly after the conclusion of the 1826 General Election campaign, so a date of 20th July is used here.

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