Letters, [ca. 1835].

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Wordsworth, Dorothy, 1771-1855. Letters, [ca. 1835].

Letters, [ca. 1835].

[1] 1835, October, Rydal Mount, England, to Mr. Greenwood [2 p.].--Sends him her poem, "To my good & faithful friend Thomas Carr." [2] n.d., to Thomas De Quincey, Grasmere, England[1l.].--"Dorothy is quite well & Willy has no apparent ailment but ill humour..." With TLS. from Alwin J. Scheuer, rare book dealer, to P. D. Sherman, March 31, 1930, and an article on the letter from Notes and Queries (March 1972, pp. 93-96) by Mark Reed.

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