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Document number: 2387
Date: 21 Jul 1832
Postmark: 21 Jul 1832
Recipient: TALBOT William Henry Fox
Author: MUNDY Sarah Leaper, née Newton
Collection: British Library, London, Manuscripts - Fox Talbot Collection
Collection number historic: LA32-34
Last updated: 1st November 2012

Markeaton <1>
July 21st

Dear Mr Talbot

Your letter <2> found us enjoying the Country even more than you can imagine. All looks so quiet & peaceable we are disposed to forget the turbulent spirits by whom (unluckily for us) we are surrounded. We rejoice to hear your Electioneering concerns<3> proceed so prosperously as to allow you time & leisure to visit your friends & are delighted to find you will take us in your way. We shall have great pleasure in shewing you some of the beauties of our County to many of them I am ashamed to confess we are as perfect strangers as yourself & anticipate much pleasure in the prospect of our little tour

We shall be stationary for the next 2 or 3 months so pray come whenever y it best you find it most convenient, giving us however a little notice lest we may have any engagements to interfere with our plans, besides the chance which now & then happens at this season of the year of our absence from home for a few days on visits to distant friends

Believe me with our best regards
Yours very sincerely
S. Mundy

Henry F. Talbot Esq
Cowes
Isle of Wight
31 Sackville Street
London


Notes:

1. Markeaton Hall, Derbyshire, NW of Derby: home of the Mundy family.

2. Not located.

3. WHFT was successful and was elected a member of the first Reform Parliament.

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