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Document number: 9650
Date: 02 Jun 1870
Recipient: TALBOT William Henry Fox
Author: ELLICOTT Charles John
Collection: British Library, London, Manuscripts - Fox Talbot Collection
Last updated: 1st September 2003

2 Portland Place W

June 2. 1870

My dear Sir,

I hasten to answer your kind note. I don’t think there will be any need for you to put yourself to any trouble as to seeing me

The matter is very simple No one can come before me that you do not approve of. When any one does so come, I will make due enquiry, and, if he be all right, will readily institute him I have been very grieved by the intelligence. I am very sorry that you had the trouble of writing two letters

I remain with all kind compts
Very faithfully yours

C. J. Glouc: & Bristol

In case you should wish to see me I will be at this place
Athenæum <1>
Pall Mall at 12.30 on Tuesday


1. The Athenæum and (London) Literary Chronicle, London.

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