Tag: To John Hamilton Reynolds

To John Hamilton Reynolds (Teignmouth, April 27, 1818)

Teignmouth, April 27, 1818. My dear Reynolds It is an awful while since you have heard from me—I hope I may not be punished, when I see you well, and so anxious as you always are for me, with the remembrance of my so seldom writing when you were so horribly confined. The most unhappy …

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To John Hamilton Reynolds (Teignmouth, April 10, 1818)

Teignmouth, Friday, April 10, 1818 My dear Reynolds I am anxious you should find this Preface tolerable. If there is an affectation in it ’tis natural to me. Do let the Printer’s Devil cook it, and let me be as “the casing air.” You are too good in this Matter—were I in your state, I …

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