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The Collected Letters of Robert Southey Part 3

1349. Robert Southey to Grosvenor Charles Bedford, 1 August 1807 ⁠* 

1 Augt 1807

My dear Grosvenor

Why have you not written to me? After the account in your last that Horace was as ill as he could be & that no hopes were given of him. You may suppose how anxiously I have expected to hear something, – & till I know something it is impossible that I can say more to you than thus to make the enquiry.

God bless you

RS.

August 1.

1807


Notes

* Address: To/ G. C. Bedford Esqr/ Exchequer/ Westminster
Stamped: KESWICK/ 298
Postmarks: D/ AUG 5/ 1807; E/ AUG 5/ 1807
Endorsement: 1 Augt 1807; 38.11.10.½
MS: Bodleian Library, Eng. Lett. c. 24
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