I will see Forster today if I can-if not tomorrow-& if /y/ we are prepared to abandon the Pension (as I /feared/ thought we had most reluctantly done) I think we can arrange that the /di/ amount of the execution should be discharged out of the £200 & the residue carried to the account of the subscription. But this will be inconsistent with Mr. Carlyle's object-as I do not apprehend we can take the £200 & proceed for the Pension-so that till I have seen him I fear nothing can be done. I will be in chambers here tomorrow from 10 to 2 o clock, /with/ if you & he or
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