<manuscript> Mr Talbot’s <printed> Account with Trinity College.
Sums due to Mr. Whewell may be paid to Messrs. Mortlock & Sons, Cambridge, or to their account at Sir James Esdaile and Co. Bankers, London. It is requested that when any sum is paid at the Bank, it may be accurately stated, on whose account it is paid.
|Arrears due to Mr Brown –||15·8·7||directed Hammy to pay 20 £ March 7.|
|1823 Xmas –||1·3·5|
|1824 Lady. day –||1·3·5|
|1825 Lady. day –||1·5·5|
|Cr Slip. –||1· – · –|
|Pt of Caution returned||5· – · –||Ded. 6· – · –|
|Due to W. Whewell||21·0·9|
return take the liberty of transmitting your account as it stands at present, retaining £10 of the caution money as is usual in the case of M. As.
I hope you intend to come and exercise the privilege belonging to that rank by voting for Lord Palmerston. <1> I should hope that his good disposition to the Catholics will not weigh with you as an argument to exclude him, & there appears to be no other exception to be taken to him in the comparison with the other candidates. Believe me, dear Sir, yours truly
H. F. Talbot Esq
12 Waterloo Place
1. Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston (1784–1865), statesman.