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The Collected Letters of Robert Southey Part 4: 1810-1815

2184. Robert Southey to John Murray, 25 November [1812] ⁠* 

My dear Sir

I find the proofs of Nelson [1]  have not been sent, as I wished them to be, to my brother. I am very desirous that they should pass under a sailors eye, – blunders may easily escape me, in spite of all my care, which he would immediately detect. – Mr Croker will I dare say have the goodness to frank to him the sheets which are struck off: we may make an errata of any triffling errors, & I believe nothing will be found so lubberly as to require a cancel.

Capt Southey, St Helens, – Auckland is my brothers direction.

Yrs very truly

R Southey.

Nov 25.


Notes

* Address: To/ Mr Murray
Endorsement: 1812 Novr 25th/ Southey R –
MS: National Library of Scotland, MS 42550
Unpublished. BACK

[1] Life of Nelson (1813). BACK

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