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Document number: 5293
Date: 11 Jun 1845
Recipient: TALBOT William Henry Fox
Author: KING William Charles
Collection: British Library, London, Manuscripts - Fox Talbot Collection
Collection number historic: LA45-076
Last updated: 1st September 2003

1 New Square Lincolns Inn

June 11 1845

Dear Sir/

I had an interview with Mr <Piece?> this morning & find that the Railway Bill which he is instructed by Lady Gorgiana <Fane?> to oppose is the Yeovil Bill it is a part of the same scheme as the Wilts & Somerset but a different Act of Parliament & it is not quite so forward as the latter not having yet passed the standing orders Committee – I went with Mr <Piece> to see Lady Georgiana <Fane’s> Country Solicitor who is in Town to oppose the Bill but could not meet with him – Mr <Piece> will readily afford every information in his power but as the Acts of Parliament to be applied for are distinct & you are interested as to the one in the most forward stage it is obvious you cannot want to form any union of opposition

To entitle a Creditor to claim Interest on a debt not by law carrying Interest he must give written notice of his intention to demand same

I am dear Sir

Yrs truly

Wm Chas King

W H Fox Talbot Esq

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