21 Providence-row, Finsbury-square
London, June 20, 1824
I shall feel obliged if you will return a copy of the letter I wrote to you about June 5th, as I shall perhaps find
occasion to print it, together with your excellent reply.
At the same time, please to inform me in plain, distinct terms, whether you ever heard your brother Robert express
any resentment against the editor of the Monthly Magazine, for having, as that editor affirms, advised him (Robert) 'to stick to
his last;' or did you ever hear him allude to such an admonition, as having been used by the said editor.
Sir, your obedient servant,
Address: Mr. George Bloomfield, / Bury.