Correspondence

2460.  RB to EBB

As published in The Brownings’ Correspondence, 13, 114–115.

[London]

Saturday. [Postmark: 4 July 1846]

Dearest Ba,

I am at Mrs Jameson’s .. to hear you cannot come,—most properly .. She wants me to go and see an Exhibition, and I cannot refuse .. so this is my poor long letter (with kisses in the words,) that was to have been! But on Monday, dearest, dearest, I shall see you? All thanks for your letter .. I dare write no more, as there must be some difference in my way of writing to you from other ways.

Bless you, ever as I am ever yours–

RB

Address: Miss Barrett, / 50. Wimpole Street.

Postmark: 6EV6 JY4 1846.

Docket, in EBB’s hand: 222 [altered from “221”].

Publication: RB-EBB, p. 841.

Manuscript: Wellesley College.

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