239. George Bloomfield to Thomas Hill, 11 June 1809

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

239. George Bloomfield to Thomas Hill, 11 June 1809* 

To Thomas Hill Esq / Bury St Edmds. June 11th 1809


I beg the favour of you to let the lines as beneath have a place in your charming work the Mirror (I know Nat is too much a Christian to return A blow himself)—Sir your humble servant,

George Bloomfield,

P.S. I coppy My Letter to Mr Holloway &c——

To Mr Willam Holloway [1] 

Address: To Thomas Hill / To the care of Messers / VernorHood & Sharp / Booksellers / Poultry / London / post paid

* Harvard, fMS. Eng. 776, f. 20 BACK

[1] This part of the letter has been removed to its chronological place above (see Letter 238). BACK

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September 2009