Part Four, covering the period 1810-1815, was a crucial one for Southey’s career and reputation. It has, however, never before been fully documented or fully understood. By 1810 he was established in Keswick...
148. Robert Bloomfield to Thomas Park, 17 December 1804*
City Road Decr 17th 1804
The inclosed letter  received this day will in some measure account for my apparent inattention to your kind solicitude as to my residence. I had intelligence on Saturday evening that my Mother was dangerously indisposed; and by tomorrow evening I hope to be at Bury. A thousand thanks for your friendly efforts and endeavours about houses, but I cannot attend to them while 'the main beam of the house is breaking'—
You will see Mr Young and induce him to keep back till further information, the concerns between us, in which he shall be no loser, or, if I adopt measures for advertisements &cc the work may be sent to my home, and I will give them directions. 
Mr Hood is gone to Scotland, to return at Christmas.
Peace be with you all.