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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pg 622349. W. W. to SAMUEL ROGERS

  • MS. Sharpe Collection. University College. London.
  • Rogers. LY i. 301.

  • Anvers (Antwerp, we call it)
  • 2nd August [1828]

My dear Rogers,

A note will suffice to tell you that here we are after a long and pleasant ramble upon the Rhine and through Holland and the Netherlands—on Tuesday I hope to be in London—shall drive to my old quarters in Bryanstone Street, intending to stay not more than three days—should be happy to meet you again.

Farewell, with kind regards from my Daughter, who is [in] the room where I write,

  • ever yours      
  • Wm W   

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