Letters chiefly to Thomas Powell [manuscript], 1823-1841 (bulk 1837-1841).

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Wordsworth, William, 1770-1850. Letters chiefly to Thomas Powell [manuscript], 1823-1841 (bulk 1837-1841).

Letters chiefly to Thomas Powell [manuscript], 1823-1841 (bulk 1837-1841).

In letters to Powell, Wordsworth discusses his revision of Chaucer, his poor eyesight, gifts from Powell and personal activities. He also mentions the Copyright Bill (1837), a play by Leigh Hunt, Sir Robert Peel, and "The Monthly Chronicle." Wordsworth writes to Allen Cunningham concerning busts of Sir Walter Scott, Samuel Taylor Coleridge and Robert Southey, and discusses his own poetry. Allan Cunningham is also a correspondent.

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