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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395. W. W. to SARA COLERIDGE

  • Address: Miss Coleridge.
  • MS. Victoria University Library, Toronto. Hitherto unpublished.

[before 1829]3

My dear Sara,

Why are my weak points to be exposed? Penmanship you well know is one of them. Take this as a favorable specimen, thanks to a good pen furnished by your kind Friend Miss Hutchinson.

When are we to see you again in the North?

With a thousand good wishes I remain

  • affectionately yours       
  • Wm Wordsworth   
pg 700

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Editor’s Note
3 This note was written before, perhaps some years before, Sara Coleridge's marriage in Sept. 1829.
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