William Wordsworth

Ernest De Selincourt and Chester L. Shaver (eds), The Letters of William and Dorothy Wordsworth, Vol. 1: The Early Years: 1787–1805 (Second Revised Edition)

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128. W. W. to R. W.

  • Address: Mr Wordsworth | Staple Inn | London
  • Postmark: 15 March 1800.
  • Stamp: Kendal.
  • MS. WL. EL, 242.

Grasmere March 11th [1800]

Dear Richd,

John begs that you would be so good as to send him 20£ by return of post he is sorry to trouble you with this Letter but when he wrote last he did not think he should want this money so soon.3 John and Dorothy are both well, and I am tolerable. I hope to be able shortly to write something satisfactory upon the subject of Montague. Pinney has undertaken to pay the annuity.

  • Your affectionate Br     
  • W. Wordsworth  

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Editor’s Note
3 J. W. had arrived at Grasmere in January. He remained there until 29 Sept. On an unspecified day in March R. W. sent him a £20 banknote.
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