Frank Leward: Memorials
Mr. Leward to Lord Pennis
Mr. Leward to Lord Pennis.
My Lord,—You might have done better than assist two schoolboys, one of them my son, to levant. I have always felt, and I hope always shall feel, due respect for the aristocracy, even when they espouse the wrong side in politics; but I consider it to be my duty to bring your conduct before the Prime Minister, that he may, if he thinks fit, lay it before our youthful sovereign, in order that you may be held up as a warning to all others, if there could be others, in like manner offending.
—I am, my Lord, yours indignantly,
To the Right Honourable the Earl of Pennis, House of Lords.