27th April '59.
My dear Cowper.
have combined to delay my acknowledging
your note in reply to mine, and thanking
you for the extract from that which has
occasioned our correspondence.
It will give me no small concern,
if anything in these letters shall inflict
pain in any quarter; and I feel deeply
the embarrassment of my position, in re-
-ference to this subject, seeing that Mr.
Lutwyche is, as he practically was when
I wrote my private note, a Colleague. But
I think that, after what has passed, the ex-
-act facts should be known.
Although wholly dissenting from
you as to the right of quotation, I can en-
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