school’ a great boy called Salisbury, twice his size and he would not give in, but was brought home with black eyes and a bloody nose, and Mother Bromley taking care of him. I went to sea shortly after, and though I cannot bear testimony to his future career, I can to the invariable kindness he has always shown me, and the happy hours I have spent in his society.

“Lord Lonsdale and Lord Headfort were also in the same house, and would, I am sure, confirm what

I say

“ Believe me, yours very truly,



The Canningites not sympathized with in their quarrel with

the Duko–The Duke's mistake-Forced to become more

liberal, and to quarrel with extreme Tories as well as

Canningites-Quotations from Journal as to affairs under his

Administration during 1829–Letters in the same year from

Paris and London-Speeches on Portugal and Greece-Goes

to Paris at the end of the year-Interesting Letters in

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