Letter – Thomas Wentworth Beaumont – 18 Dec 1838

Document Type: Letter
Date: 18 Dec 1838
Correspondent: Thomas Wentworth Beaumont
Archive Source: Misc Newspaper Cuttings
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To the Editor of the Morning Chronicle


	I have seen in your paper of the 15th Inst. a letter from Mr.Somers, to which I shall make a brief reply. In commenting on my conduct in the year 1823 towards Lord Grey, it is attempted in that letter to throw obloquy or ridicule upon me, for my belief in a ‘supernatural influence’. I distinctly acknowledge the JUSTICE OF THAT IMPUTATION.

	Respecting the other charges they are false, and shall be proved so, at my leisure.

	I am, sir, your obedient humble servant.


Hotel Bristol, Paris, Dec 18, 1838
This letter appeared in the Morning Chronicle of 21st Dec 1838

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