Tag: To Benjamin Bailey

To Benjamin Bailey (Fragment from an outside sheet: postmark London, November 5, 1817)

Fragment from an outside sheet: postmark London, November 5, 1817 … I will speak of something else, or my spleen will get higher and higher—and I am a bearer of the two-edged sword.—I hope you will receive an answer from Haydon soon—if not, Pride! Pride! Pride! I have received no more subscription—but shall soon have …

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To Benjamin Bailey (Hampstead, about November 1, 1817)

Hampstead: about November 1, 1817 My dear Bailey So you have got a Curacy—good, but I suppose you will be obliged to stop among your Oxford favourites during Term time. Never mind. When do you preach your first sermon?—tell me, for I shall propose to the two R.’s to hear it, so don’t look into …

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