Correspondence

2610.  RB to EBB

As published in The Brownings’ Correspondence, 13, 377.

[London]

5. ock. [Postmark: 17 September 1846]

My own Ba, I believe, or am sure the mistake has been mine—in the flurry I noted down the departures from Havre—instead of Southampton. You must either—be at the Vauxhall Station by (four ock)—so as to arrive in 3 hours and a half at Southn and leave by 8¼ pm—or must go by the Sunday Boat,—or wait till Tuesday– Dieppe is impossible,—being too early– You must decide—and let me know directly—tomorrow is too early—yet one .. That is, I—could manage–

Ever your own in all haste

RB–

Address: Miss Barrett, / 50. Wimpole Street.

Postmarks: CT 17SP17 1846; 8NT8 SP17 1846 A.

Publication: RB-EBB, pp. 1083–84.

Manuscript: Wellesley College.

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