17 MARCH 1832, Page 12

We mentioned in our last week's second edition, a letter

of the Duke of WELLINGTON which the Marquis of LONDONDERRY had given to the King. The Morning Post says it was a long document, and so written and argued as never was document before; that the King did not read it (not having, we suppose, a relish for long documents), but sent it direct to Earl GREY. The Post expresses a wish for its publication ; so do we We should like to see it ; and though we share his Majesty's dislike for long documents in general, we pledge ourselves to read the Duke's—and answer it too, if it require an answer.