Correspondence

1985.  RB to EBB

As published in The Brownings’ Correspondence, 11, 6.

[London]

[Postmark: 28 July 1845]

How must I feel, & what can or could I say even if you let me say all? I am most grateful, most happy—most happy, come what will!

Will you let me try and answer your note to-morrow .. before Wednesday when I am to see you? I will not hide from you that my head aches now; and I have let the hours go by one after one– I am better all the same, and will write as I say– “Am I better” you ask! Yours I am, ever yours my dear friend

RB

Address: Miss Barrett, / 50 Wimpole St

Postmark: 8NT8 JY28 1845 B.

Docket, in EBB’s hand: 35.

Publication: RB-EBB, p. 138.

Manuscript: Wellesley College.

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