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Letter folded & addressed to : Mr. John Pybus Ingledew

9 , Prince’s Terrace

Queen’s Road

St. John’s Wood

London

 

Stamp : one penny red (perforated) – stamped 1545

 

Postmarked : Newcastle-on-Tyne JA 28 1856

 

Newcastle 28 Jan 1856

My dear John Pybus

Your letter of the 24th. Announcing your arrival at Deptford in the evening of the previous day reached Newcastle whilst I was absent on Circuit which only ended on Saturday evening – it gave me great pleasure to hear of your safe arrival in England and of your being well in health – I hope you will long be in the sunshine of its favour – Although the sea appears to agree with you I am not surprised at your being glad that the voyage is ended.

With respect to your admission as an Attorney , my wish is that you should pass your Examination as soon as practicable – I had expected your notices would have been repeated so that you might have availed yourself of the first occasion after arriving in England . You must therefore read up and prepare yourself for the first examination after the expiration of the requisite notice – it would be the extreme of folly to wait until November .

As Hilary Term ends on the 31st. Instant and Easter Term does not begin until 10th. April , I think you would make as much progress at Newcastle as in London during the vacation . Tell James Henry that I will send him some needful tomorrow or Wednesday – Mr. Outhwaite spent the day at Lovaine Place yesterday and he and Margaret have gone to dine with Mr. Geldard this afternoon . Hannah is staying with Elizabeth and she spent the day with us yesterday . I fancy you will have called upon John & Jos Ingledew ; if you have not & are about to call , tell them and Miss Emma that Hannah is quite well .

 

Ellen Watson after a residence in Lovaine Place for several months , left on Wednesday last I understand . Daggett will shortly have a Parliamentary Election to conduct , Mr. Blackett being about to accept the Chiltern Hundreds . Mr. Geo Ridley ( abrother of Sir Matthew ) has published an address to the electors – there is no other candidate in the field as yet – We have had a visit from your Aunt Margaret & James – they left on Friday – they are both well & hearty . Let me hear from you from time to time .

Yours affectionately

Henry Ingledew