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

24. Robert Bloomfield to unknown correspondent, [? March 1800]* 

Dear Sir

I am much too ill to venture the acceptance of Dr Walkers Ticket for this evening's meeting. It would be an act of the utmost improvidence. The unavoidable noise that must occur on such occasions would drive me mad. You must excuse me. And keeping the Ticket would be useless I have inclosed it that it may introduce some other friend

And am yours, with respects to all the party

Robt Bloomfield

* Newberry Library Chicago, Dept of Special Collections, tipped into a copy of Brayley, call no. Case Y 12.B603 BACK

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