262. Robert Bloomfield to Isaac
Bird, 25 July 1811*
Shepherd & Shepherdess
London. July 25th 1811
I think by the cut of your face, and more particularly by the cut
of your character, that if I send my two girls by the Angel coach on Tuesday
6th of August, you will give them, or procure them a
nights lodging, on their way to Honington. George we
both know can not give them room. He will deliver this to you, and if you will
befriend them in this respect, I have pav'd the way for the rest of the
How does Mrs Bird and the family?
I would have a ramble myself, but I am tied by the leg by a new
publication which you will see in due time.  I have long been unwell, and am
mending again, but not as I could wish.
Our regards to friends, and relations. And believe me
allways yours Sir, truly—