My dear Sir
In the hope of an opportunity of doing so personally I have delayed thanking you for the Pamphlet <1> you were so good as to send me I was much obliged for your recollection of me & still more for the pleasure of reading the Pamphlet which struck me as equally remarkable for
the moderate & practical views and for clearness & force of expression.
Believe me Yours very faithfully
H. Fox Talbot Esqr
1. WHFT, Thoughts on Moderate Reform in the House of Commons (London: James Ridgway, 1830). Two years later, WHFT was to be elected a member of the Reform Parliament.