6 Upper Gloucester Place, Dorset Sqre
20th April 1833
I am requested to inform you that in consequence of the urgent request of Lord Althorp <1> & to Enable his Lordship to bring forward his Financial statement Mr M Attwood’s <2> Motion on “the distress of the Country” which stood for the 19th has been postponed until Monday next the 22nd Inst. By particular arrangement the motion will certainly be brought forward on that day when your attendance in the house is most particularly desired.
I have the honor to be, Sir, your most obet Servt
T. Lamie Murray
W. H. F. Talbot Esqr. M. P.
29 Albemarle St <3>
1. John Charles Spencer, Viscount Althorp, 3rd Earl of Spencer (1782–1845), politician.
3. WHFT lived at this London address, just down the street from the Royal Institution, for half of April and the whole of May, 1833.