Encloses CD's letter and documents [see 360a and 361a] with request that they be reviewed by the Chancellor personally.
He would also like to discuss Cambridge politics if an interview can be arranged.
21 June 1837
My dear Sir,
I think the best way to make matters clear is to send for your perusal the letter
& documents I have just received from M
P.S. Be so kind as to understand that I
- f1 361b.f1CD's letters to Francis Beaufort, 16 June 1837, and to J. S. Henslow, [20 June 1837], are in the same Treasury file as this letter.
- f2 361b.f2William IV had died on 20 June necessitating the dissolution of Parliament by his successor, Queen Victoria, and new elections.
- f3 361b.f3Spring Rice was M.P. for Cambridge.
- f4 361b.f4Written at the top is: ‘C of E saw Henslow’, and on the cover in another hand ‘£1000. out of Pocket | given away collection to public collections. | £1000. would do it.’