Letter – Willoughby Gordon to Charles Grey – 22 Jan 1824

Document Type: Letter
Date: 22 Jan 1824
Correspondent: Willoughby Gordon
Recipient: Charles Grey
Archive Source: DUL JGL A40 8-11
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       H. Gds.   January 22nd 1824

The Earl Grey Devonport.        

My dear Lord

       I find on looking over my papers that I omitted to make a Copy of your Letter to Mr. Beaumont - have the Goodness therefore to return the Duplicate and add the postscript to it.

       I should be glad also that you would let me have the whole of the Correspondence of this man with your answers from first to last - also whatever Correspondence Swinburne may have sent to you.

       Up to this moment 1/2 past 11  I have not heard any thing further of or from Mr Beaumont.

       Yours faithfully

                                J. W. Gordon 

[Marked ‘not’ to be included on the printed broadsheet]
JGL A40/9

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