Lord Lichfield has given Lady Lichfield complete authority to dispose of whatever she pleases in order to relieve his great
embarrassment. Nothing could be more touching than a scene I witnessed between them. She seemed thoroughly to have forgiven
him all his offences and said with pride, "He now owns the wisdom of the advice I have so frequently given him. He has placed
all his race horses in my hands and I have placed them in Tattershalls", and she added then with energy, but still looking
affectionately at Lichfield, "and if they cannot be sold, they shall be shot".