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Document number: 4182
Date: 11 Jan 1841
Dating: 1841?
Recipient: TALBOT William Henry Fox
Author: MUNDY William
Collection: British Library, London, Manuscripts - Fox Talbot Collection
Collection number historic: LA41-4
Last updated: 1st November 2010

Dear Talbot

I was asked a question the other day which I could not an answer, & the solution of the difficulty must come from you. I was applied to, as to when your money was to be paid in consequence of the failure of Hammersleys <1> Bank. Will you therefore be so good to inform me when you wish it to be paid, that I may give the necessary directions. I was very glad to hear that you had not been much of a loser by Hammersley.

How do you all bear this severe weather? Harriot <2> is pretty well again & Noel <3> is brilliant. We had last night the heaviest fall of snow that I have known here for years & every prospect of more, but it is much warmer of course, which is a comfort. With love to Constance <4> believe me

Ever yours truly
W. Mundy

Markeaton <5>

Janry 11th


1. Hammersley & Company, bankers, London.

2. Harriot Georgiana Mundy, ne Frampton (1806-1886), WHFTs cousin & sister-in-law.

3. Francis Noel Mundy (18331903), WHFTs nephew.

4. Constance Talbot, ne Mundy (18111880), WHFTs wife.

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

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