Correspondence

2077.  RB to EBB

As published in The Brownings’ Correspondence, 11, 144.

[London]

Tuesday 9. a.m. [Postmark: 28 October 1845]

I got this on coming home last night[1]—have just run thro’ it this morning, and send it that time may not be lost. Faults, faults,—but I don’t know how I have got tired of this– The Tragedies will be better, at least the second–

At 3. this day! Bless you–

RB

Address, on cover sheet: Miss Barrett, / 50 Wimpole Street.

Postmark: 12NN12 OC28 1845 B.

Docket: None.[2]

Publication: RB-EBB, p. 251–252.

Manuscript: Armstrong Browning Library and Wellesley College.

1. Proofsheets of the second half of Dramatic Romances and Lyrics.

2. See letter 2074, note 9.

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