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To George and Thomas Keats (Hampstead, January 13, 1818)

Hampstead, Tuesday, January 13, 1818 My dear Brothers I am certain I think of having a letter to-morrow morning for I expected one so much this morning, having been in town two days, at the end of which my expectations began to get up a little. I found two on the table, one from Bailey …

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To George and Thomas Keats (Featherstone Buildings, January 5, 1818)

Featherstone Buildings, Monday [January 5, 1818]. My dear Brothers—I ought to have written before, and you should have had a long letter last week, but I undertook the Champion for Reynolds, who is at Exeter. I wrote two articles, one on the Drury Lane Pantomime, the other on the Covent Garden new Tragedy, which they …

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