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Document number: 2483
Date: Tue 27 Nov 1832
Harold White: 27 Nov 1832
Recipient: TALBOT William Henry Fox
Author: FITZMAURICE Louisa Emma, née Fox Strangways
Collection: British Library, London, Manuscripts - Fox Talbot Collection
Last updated: 1st September 2003


My dear Henry

I am sorry you can not find time to come & be wished joy in person which I most cordially do I hope my new niece <1> will be as well disposed to like me as I am to like her I depend upon you for making a good foundation –.

I send you Kerrys <2> address – we shall have no contest & the <illegible> hide their diminished heads –

I expect Henry & Mr Gu<ttmer?> tomorrow they have been blown to Ramsgate instead of Dover poor people & were very wet & miserable. –

I am happy to know you are going to occupy Richmond I hope the weather will be fine & then even in winter it is pretty –

Kerry is gone to dine with the Yeomanry at Devizes today

Yrs very afft


Ministers were in very great spirits about the Elections when I left town


1. Constance Talbot, née Mundy (1811–1880), WHFT’s wife.

2. William Thomas Fitzmaurice, Earl of Kerry (1811–1836), MP.

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