To Fanny Keats (Friday Morn, Wesleyan Place, Kentish Town, June 26, 1820)

Friday Morn, Wesleyan Place, Kentish Town,
June 26, 1820

My dear Fanny

I had intended to delay seeing you till a Book which I am now publishing was out, expecting that to be the end of this week when I would have brought it to Walthamstow: on receiving your Letter of course I set myself to come to town, but was not able, for just as I was setting out yesterday morning a slight spitting of blood came on which returned rather more copiously at night. I have slept well and they tell me there is nothing material to fear. I will send my Book soon with a Letter which I have had from George who is with his family quite well.

Your affectionate Brother

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