June 18th, 1848 (Trinity Sunday)

June 18, 2010

Heathcote, E. and Henry Sewell walked over. The last has no doubt that all things may be satisfactorily arranged about St Columba’s, and is in good spirits. Also, – Todd now says that both Cotton and Elrington misrepresented him to me, and that I was right all through. The great difficulty against this is: – that when I quoted Cotton’s letter to him, in which he uses ‘we’ (himself and Todd) the latter never disavowed the language nor the matter. However, a rag to cover bareness is all I ask. It is quite settled that the reconciliation is to be deferred until the Statutes are definitively agreed on. Were they to fraternize openly with Radley now, the Primate and the rest would be alarmed.


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