311. Robert Bloomfield to Joseph Weston, 19 March 1817 

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The Letters of Robert Bloomfield and His Circle, Edited By Tim Fulford and Lynda Pratt
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311. Robert Bloomfield to Joseph Weston, 19 March 1817* 

March 19 1817

Dear Sir,

I write with a strangers pen, and with a precipitate hand, just to inform you that, I last night saw Dr Martin and Mr Mariner [1]  who both intend to be with you on Sunday next, but Martin will write you more particulars before the time. I intend to be with you by the 2 Oclock Coach on Friday.

Love to Miss Weston and Hannah. Yours Sir in good health

Robt Bloomfield

Address:Mr Js Weston / Draper / Twickenham / Middx.

* Private collection, published in Robert Bloomfield Society Newsletter, 1 (June 2001), 10–12 BACK

[1] John Martin and William Mariner, authors of Mariner's account of his shipwreck and life among the islanders of Tonga, An Account of the Natives of the Tonga Islands in the South Pacific Ocean, with an Original Grammar of their Language ... Compiled ... from the ... Communications of W. M. ... by J. Martin, 2 vols. (London, 1817). See Letter 278. BACK

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September 2009