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The Letters of Robert Bloomfield and His Circle, Edited By Tim Fulford and Lynda Pratt

231. Robert Bloomfield to Thomas Hood, 7 July 1808* 

Dear Sir,

With two hundred pounds in the house, I am without money. I have in vain tried to get discounted the Bill next in date, to accommodate me in carrying on my woden trade. To beg of you to give me Thirty pounds on account I hope you will not deem an intrusion, or that under these circumstances, to want it is very wonderful. You will save my time, and otherwise particularly oblige me.

Yours Sir truly

Rob Bloomfield

* Bodleian MS Montagu.d.14, f. 142 BACK

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