Mai 10th 1825Mr Talbot
31 Sackville Street <1>
Mr J Velten <2> of Carlsruhe has adressed <sic> to us a parcel of prints destined for your goodself, with order, to forward the same to you as soon as possible.
We therefore have the satisfaction, to inform you herewith, that Capt: J. Ormiston Ship Hope has taken charge of this package, of which you will find inclosed the receive.
Our charges amount to £0 · 4/· 6d·, which small sum we shall make free to value on you occasionally at Sight and sollicit <sic> your kind protection for this our draft.
Should it be in our power, to be useful to you on our place, we beg to be persuaded, that our services are always devoted to you with much pleasure. The <illegible> of Mr Velten for yr perusal
We remain very respectfully
Your m. obedt Servts
Frahnstover & Pogge
London <illegible> 35/9.
31. Sackville Street
1. 31 Sackville Street, London residence of the Feildings, often used as a London base by WHFT.
2. Johann [Jean] Velten, publisher, Carlsruhe [Karlsruhe] & St Petersburg.