68. Robert Bloomfield to Capel Lofft, [16 November 1801]*
As I am not sure of your meaning, whither an Urn is to contain, engraved on its interior surface, such lines as may be approved; or, whither merely to be a repository of such MS pieces in honour of the Bard, I much doubt whither what I send will meet your ideas on this most interesting subject. Be that as it will, I submit a few stanzas to your candor and judgment, and if I have been guilty of any glaring impropriety trust that in good time I may be apprised of it.
Your Obedient and Humble servant
P.S. pray Sir, is that paper in being which I left at Troston in May, intitled 'Reasons against following my trade as a Master'? I do not want it only to know whither it might be refer'd to if nesisary