William Wordsworth, Dorothy Wordsworth

The Letters of William and Dorothy Wordsworth, Vol. 6: The Later Years: Part III: 1835–1839 (Second Revised Edition)

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925. W. W. to ROBERT SPENCE2

  • Address: R. Spence Esq, North Shields.
  • Franked: Penrith September twenty four 1835 H. C. Lowther.
  • Postmark: 24 Sept. 1835.
  • Stamp: Penrith.
  • MS. Mrs. Spence Clepham. Hitherto unpublished.

Lowther Castle Septbr [24, 1835]

Dear Sir,

The enclosed are from the Pens of Messers Coleridge and Southey.

I had not forgot my promise but I had great difficulty in procuring this of Mr Coleridge, and Mr Southey's un-pg 93fortunately wants his signature, which he never gives in his Letters to me.

  • I remain dear Sir           
  • Thanking you for your very obliging Letter      
  • Very sincerely yours    
  • W Wordsworth  

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Editor’s Note
2 The banker at North Shields. See pt. ii, L. 485.
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