William Wordsworth

Ernest De Selincourt and Alan G. Hill (eds), The Letters of William and Dorothy Wordsworth, Vol. 4: The Later Years: Part I: 1821–1828 (Second Revised Edition)

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15. W. W. to THE COMMISSIONERS OF STAMPS

  • Address: The Hon'ble Commissioners, Stamp Office, London.
  • Postmark:[? 10 Feb. 1821].
  • Stamp: Kendal Penny Post.
  • Endorsed: Mr Wordsworth Ambleside 7 Feby 1821.
  • MS. Public Record Office. Hitherto unpublished.
  • [In John Carter's hand]

  • Rydal Mount, Ambleside,
  • 7 Feby 1821.

Hon'ble Sirs,

I beg leave to state, that I have this day forwarded my monthly Parcel of Legacy Receipts and Residuary Accounts by the Manchester Mail.

I also beg leave to state that I have appointed Mr Edward Richardson to the Collection of the Legacy Duties, at Appleby in the Place of Mr Richard Bateman.3

  • I have the Honor to be,         
  • Hon'ble Sirs,                 
  • Your obedient Servant      
  • [signed] Wm Wordsworth    

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3 See previous letter.
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