Letter – Willoughby Gordon to Charles Grey – 21 Jan 1824

Document Type: Letter
Date: 21 Jan 1824
Correspondent: Willoughby Gordon
Recipient: Charles Grey
Archive Source: DUL JGL A40 8-11
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The Earl Grey etc

                                           					Horse Guards, Jan, 21, 1824

My Dear Lord, 

      Your letter of the 19th, with its two enclosures, I received this morning, and having duly considered the subject, I wrote a letter to Mr Beaumont, of which the Inclosed is a copy and on delivering it in person to the Waiter of Warren’s Hotel at 2 o’clock this day the Waiter informed me that Mr Beaumont was not in town and was not expected before next Sunday. I left the letter in the hands of the Waiter.

      Yours faithfully

            	J. W. Gordon

I return your Duplicate
JGL A40/9.

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