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To Charles Wentworth Dilke (Hampstead, September 21, 1818)

Hampstead, September 21, 1818 My dear Dilke According to the Wentworth place Bulletin you have left Brighton much improved: therefore now a few lines will be more of a pleasure than a bore. I have things to say to you, and would fain begin upon them in this fourth line: but I have a Mind …

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