Correspondence

2397.  EBB to RB

As published in The Brownings’ Correspondence, 13, 19.

[London]

Wednesday—5. p.m. [3 June 1846][1]

Then let it be as we meant it should be. And do you forgive me, my own, if I have teazed you .. vexed you– Do I not always tell you that you are too good for me?

Yet the last of my intentions was, this time, to doubt of your attachment for me. Believe that. I will write tonight more fully—but never can be more than at this moment

Your Ba–

Address: Robert Browning Esqre / New Cross / Hatcham / Surrey.

Postmarks: 8Mg 1846 JU4 PD; 10FN10 JU4 1846 A.

Docket, in RB’s hand: 189.

Publication: RB-EBB, p. 754.

Manuscript: Wellesley College.

1. Date provided by postmark.

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