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To Benjamin Robert Haydon (Inverary, July 18, 1818)

Inverary, July 18, 1818 My dear Bailey The only day I have had a chance of seeing you when you were last in London I took every advantage of—some devil led you out of the way—Now I have written to Reynolds to tell me where you will be in Cumberland—so that I cannot miss you. …

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To Benjamin Robert Haydon (Teignmouth, April 8, 1818)

Wednesday, Teignmouth, April 8, 1818 My dear Haydon I am glad you were pleased with my nonsense, and if it so happen that the humour takes me when I have set down to prose to you I will not gainsay it. I should be (God forgive me) ready to swear because I cannot make use …

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