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Document number: 2190
Date: 16 May 1831
Recipient: TALBOT William Henry Fox
Author: NEELD Joseph
Collection: British Library, London, Manuscripts - Fox Talbot Collection
Last updated: 1st September 2003

Coulson’s Hotel
Brook St

16th May 1831

My dear Sir

I regret, that circumstances have prevented me returning on Earlier answer to your last favor. I assure you, I am quite as far removed from any angry feeling arising out of the late Election, as you can be, and I am certain, I can offer the same assurance on the part of Captain Boldero. <1> I beg to reciprocate your wish that we should be better acquainted, and I shall be happy to avail myself of every opportunity for that purpose.

I am, my dear Sir,
truly yours

Jos Neeld


1. Col Henry George Boldero (d. 1873), Conservative politician; sat for Chippenham in 1831 and from 1835 until his resignation in 1859.

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