Letter, 1835, Feb. 9, Woodbridge, Eng., to Edward Moxon, London.


Letter, 1835, Feb. 9, Woodbridge, Eng., to Edward Moxon, London.

Discusses their late friend, Charles Lamb. "I cannot well say less of thy tribute to our departed friend than that it might stand at the head of thy new edition of his Elias."

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