Autograph letter signed : Keswick, to Robert Montgomery, 1832 Mar. 24.

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Southey, Robert, 1774-1843. Autograph letter signed : Keswick, to Robert Montgomery, 1832 Mar. 24.

Autograph letter signed : Keswick, to Robert Montgomery, 1832 Mar. 24.

Accepting, with pleasure, his forthcoming volume, and requesting that he also subscribe [Southey's son-in-law] the Rev. John Wood Warter at the British Embassy in Copenhagen; insisting that he "not be discouraged by the continual attacks which are made upon" him; offering him the "spare-room" to stay in during his next "northern tour," unless it is occupied, in which case there are sleeping quarters "within five minutes walk"; sending general good wishes.

1 item (2 p., with address panel) ; 22.9 cm.

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