Feby 7. 1829
I am very much obliged by your Letter, <1> it will be quite in time if I receive an order on Messs Hammersley <2> by Tuesday, for the purpose I mentioned in my last, as owing to the delay of the Solicitors in preparing the necessary papers, the final Settlement has not yet taken place.
I enclose according to your desire the whole of my Acct to the present time. The first Item I am obliged to put in pencil, as I do not know the exact Amount of the expenditure, but I think it is, including the bills paid in London about the Amount I have stated – but it can be rectified if found erroneous –
I have the honor to be Sir Your very obd & ob St
7 feb. 1829
1. Letter not located.
2. Hammersley & Company, bankers, London.