his wishes ; and the formalities were all but complete, when Lord Derby's Ministry retired from office, and their successors refused to confirm the appointment.
Although deeply sensible of their kindness, I need not express my thanks to the relatives and friends, who have so materially assisted me with the letters addressed to themaour object has been a common one.
In conclusion, I may be permitted to say, that never were letters written with more apparent facility (whole pages of the originals without a correction), or laid before the public with a more entire unreserve.
J. C. T.
Hatcham Lodge, New Cross ;
December 1, 1853.December 1, 1853.