American who was in the habit of seeing him (Lord Brougham) frequently when he was recently in Paris
, who had talked too freely with Walsh
, was the only American
to whom the description could apply, and soon after he received a note from Lord Brougham, kindly in terms, but complaining of the report of his conversations.
wrote a letter to the ‘Times’1
, May 23, stating Walsh
's account to be ‘entirely false,’ and giving the true version.
His relations with Brougham
were not disturbed by the affair.