Correspondence

624.  RB to Unidentified Correspondent

As published in The Brownings’ Correspondence, 4, 24.

[London]

[13 April 1838][1]

<***> information happens to be sufficiently precise—and he may assure himself I will look into the matter on my return: I sail in a few hours—not unluckily for him.

I put up Landor and Tennyson. Do not forget,

Yours ever most

truly and obliged,

R Browning.

Publication: None traced.

Manuscript: Armstrong Browning Library.

1. Dated by his sailing for Venice on his first journey to Italy.

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