Letter from Henry Thomas Colebrooke to Belinda Sutherland Colebrooke. He has been to Chapell's for a list of the directors of the Philharmonic Orchestra and Sir George Smart is not of their number that year but may still have influence. He will show Belinda the list to see if there are any which they may influence. Colebrooke will go to Hampstead on Wednesday to choose some books. A new history of India has been published by a Mr Mill, a pupil of Jeremiah Bentham. He mentions other books that might be appropriate to send. He writes that he hopes to encroach on the hospitality of their hosts on the Friday. Handwritten, dated 19 October 1818.