William Wordsworth, Dorothy Wordsworth

The Letters of William and Dorothy Wordsworth, Vol. 7: The Later Years: Part IV: 1840–1853 (Second Revised Edition)

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pg 9102120. W. W. to UNKNOWN CORRESPONDENT1

  • MS. University Library, Davis, California. Hitherto unpublished.

[In John Carter's hand]

  • Rydal Mount
  • 25 Octr 1849

Dear Sir,

I beg to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of yesterday enclosing a Divd Warrant for Seven Pounds 16/7 on the life of Mr. Wright2 for Annuity due on the 5 July last.

  • I am, dear Sir,        
  • Yours very truly,    
  • [signed] William Wordsworth

[W. W. adds]

I am very much obliged by your long-continued kind attention to my little concerns. Hoping that yourself and family are in good health I remain

  • faithfully yours    
  • W. W—

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Editor’s Note
1 Perhaps William Bell (see L. 2036 above).
Editor’s Note
2 Unidentified.
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