Lincolns Inn <1>
3d July 1858
My dear Sir
Sir Joseph Copley’s <2> deed is now ready for Your signature – if You are coming to Town shortly it will keep, but if not I can forward it to You.
believe me to remain My dear Sir Ever Your’s faithfully
J H Bolton
Wm Hy Fox Talbot Esqe
Wm Hy. Fox Talbot Esqe
9. Clarges street
1. One of the four Inns of Court, the ‘colleges’ of barristers at the English Bar. Bolton had his chambers [lawyer’s offices and, at the time, living-quarters also] there.
2. Either Sir Joseph Copley (1762–1838), of Sprotborough Hall, Doncaster, who had been a friend of Rear Admiral Charles Feilding (1780–1837), Royal Navy; WHFT’s step-father; or his son, also Sir Joseph Copley, (1804–1883), who had been at school with Talbot [see Doc. No: 00681].