Beginning "Let's drink to the Patriot, the tried and brave". And also expressing gratitude for the visit, and the earnest wish that Lord Grey will remain in public life, lest the Duke of Wellington should return to power.
Personal and Social news; including:4 Nov 1822: From Paris: A description of the city;Aug 1823 About Louisa, Lady Ponsonby, whom he had married on 21 July 1823;Ca Oct 1824: Thanking Countess Grey for the gift of a lock of the hair of her Mother, C...
Personal and Family news; including:26 Dec 1821: Denying the newspaper report that the yeomanry had been sent for to guard Wentworth House; they had only concentrated there, their normal place, expecting to be called for duty in Barnsley.
About Lord Howick and Brougham; and about Grey and Brougham: "... I never for one moment believed that you could have entered into any intrigue, & least of all with Althorp, to remove me from Office...".