Accept kind thanks from both of us for the volume you have sent my wife. We are glad to see the London Journal in a new shape promising more of permanency. One may hope that at a future epoch some fit eye searching for what was good and graceful in an age when so very much was the reverse, may find something here to dwell upon and treasure.
I am afraid you take too much trouble about that Examiner. As hinted today, I have now generally another Newspaper which I can address to Scotland; and that was mainly the thing I wanted. For my own then, Fonblanque has lost nine truths
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