Correspondence

2088.  RB to Thomas Noon Talfourd

As published in The Brownings’ Correspondence, 11, 156.

New Cross, Hatcham, Surrey.

Thursday. [Postmark: 6 November 1845]

Dear Serjt Talfourd.

Here is another attempt of mine[1]– I wish it were more deserving your notice: but such as it is, pray let it be for its little term of life, like its author,

Yours wholly,

Robt Browning.

Address, on cover sheet: Mr. Serjt Talfourd / &c. &c. &c / 56 Russell Square.

Publication: None traced.

Manuscript: Armstrong Browning Library and Manuscripts Division, New York Public Library.

1. A copy of Dramatic Romances and Lyrics, published the day this letter was written; we have been unable to trace the present whereabouts.

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