WROTE this morning to Mrs. Whiteway
a few lines in much hurry, and I write this to you in Guildhall
, by alderman Barber
's direction. Beside a letter from you to the society, whose address is in Mrs. Whiteway’s letter, he thinks a memorial or petition from Mr. Dunkin
to the society will be of use; and if you write to Mr. Pope
, the alderman thinks he will get one vote, which he can fix no way of obtaining but through Pope. I am ever, dear sir, your most obliged and most affectionate humble servant,
I should think it would be right in Mr. Dunkin
to come over the moment he hears of Squire's death. I wrote by this post to a nephew, to let you know the moment he dies, if the life should be in him when my letter goes to him.