Letter from Henry Thomas Colebrooke to Lady Smith (nee Belinda Sutherland Colebrooke), 23 January 1824

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Letter from Henry Thomas Colebrooke to Lady Smith (nee Belinda Sutherland Colebrooke). He writes that Mt Traill is now in town and Belinda may wish to pay his compensation (the same as to Mr Sutherland). He also hopes that Sir Charles and Belinda could pay his own balance too and that they should probably compensate Sir Edward at the same time. The transfer of the Regent's Canal has come to hand but awaits Sir Charles' signature which needs to be at the front and not at the back of the document. Colebrooke writes of the boys travel plans and asks if she will come to Colebrooke House as he has heard she is thinking of having the painters at Sutton. Handwritten, dated 23 January 1824.