Sackville St <1>
My dearest Boy
I send you Two Pounds which I conclude by your letter is all you want – if I am wrong & [sic] you will let me know. I will send you more – I am very glad Kit <2> has had an exercise read over as it will encourage him to [sic] for a little – I suppose you will make your own arrangements about coming to Town. if I am to send a Chaise for you let me know in time.
1. Christopher Rice Mansel Talbot (1803–1890), immensely wealthy landowner, mathematician & politician; WHFT’s Welsh cousin.
2. 31 Sackville Street, London residence of the Feildings, often used as a London base by WHFT.
3. Rev George Butler (1774–1853), Headmaster at Harrow.
4. Harrow School: WHFT attended from 1811–1815 and his son Charles from 1855-1859.
5. George Eden, 1st Earl of Auckland (1784–1849), Governor General of India.