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William Wordsworth, Dorothy Wordsworth

The Letters of William and Dorothy Wordsworth, Vol. 5: The Later Years: Part II: 1829–1834 (Second Revised Edition)

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MS. Mr. J. D. McClatchy. Hitherto unpublished.

  • Rydal
  • Thursday Evening.
  • [? mid-Mar. 1830]

My dear Sir,

At twelve o clock on Tuesday it will suit me to meet you at Ambleside, either at the Salutation or Commercial Inn. I will make a point of being there, of course you need not write again unless something should occur to prevent your coming.

  • ever truly yours    
  • Wm Wordsworth  

[In John W.'s hand]

If the weather be favorable on Wednesday I am going into Cumberland for a few days—

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Editor’s Note
1 Perhaps addressed to the Solicitor of Stamps, successor to Godfrey Sykes (who had died in Dec, 1828), and referring to W. W.'s business expedition to Ulverston and the Duddon Valley mentioned in the next letter and L. 514 below.
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