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    • 3–5 June 1829. Edmund Henry Barker to EBB. (Letter 338.7). I have now before me your two Letters, for which accept my … [ABL] 29035-00

    • 31 July–2 August 1829. Edmund Henry Barker to EBB. (Letter 348.3). I was sorry to learn that you had been obliged to visit … [ABL] 29037-00

    • 15 March 1836. RB to Effingham Wilson. BC, 3, 172–173. (Letter 525). I am so engaged just now as to be quite unable to call on … [Meredith] 36011-00

    • [3 June 1836]. EBB to Mary Russell Mitford. BC, 3, 174. (Letter 527). I send you the little book. I have been disappointed in not … [Wellesley] 36014-00

    • 11 June 1836. John Kenyon to EBB. (Letter 528.3). Some days since Miss Courtenay wrote to me to this effect … [ABL] 36019-00

    • 23 June 1836. Thomas Noon Talfourd to RB. (Letter 528.5). Wordsworth will dine with me on Sunday at 1/4 before Seven. [Lambeth Archives] 36016-10

    • 9 July 1836. EBB to Mary Russell Mitford. BC, 3, 177–183. (Letter 530). You have not my dear kind friend thought me unkind and … [Wellesley] 36018-00

    • 7 December 1836. EBB to Julia Martin. BC, 3, 203–207. (Letter 546). Indeed I have long felt the need of writing to you (I mean … [Wellesley] 36031-00

    • [23 January 1837]. EBB to Julia Martin. BC, 3, 216–221. (Letter 555). I am standing in Henrietta’s place, she says—but not, I say … [Wellesley] 37010-00

    • [?17] [March 1837]. EBB to Mary Russell Mitford. BC, 3, 229–230. (Letter 561). I have read your play my dearest Miss Mitford, & so you will … [Wellesley] 37014-00

    • [15 August 1837]. EBB to Mary Russell Mitford. BC, 3, 268–269. (Letter 582). I sit down my dearest Miss Mitford before your affectionate … [Wellesley] 37032-00

    • 19 August 1837. EBB to Ann Rachel Commeline. BC, 3, 276–280. (Letter 585). Kenyon Typescript. I could not hear of your being in affliction without very … [            ] 37034-00

    • [?29] [January 1838]. EBB to Lady Margaret Cocks. BC, 4, 9–10. (Letter 611). Thank you my dear Lady Margaret for the kind interest you … [Hervey-Bathurst] 38012-00

    • [ca. 15 April 1838]. EBB to John Kenyon. (Letter 625.5). The whisper’ is full of admiration. Mr. Milnes’s poetry … [Trinity] 38025-20

    • [16–24 April 1838]. EBB to Mary Russell Mitford. BC, 4, 26–29. (Letter 627). If I had heard of your being in such anxiety & distress, you … [Wellesley] 38026-00

    • 16 June [1838]. EBB to Lady Margaret Cocks. BC, 4, 49. (Letter 644). You will forgive my writing to you in words rather than … [Hervey-Bathurst] 38047-00

    • [10–11 August 1838]. EBB to Mary Russell Mitford. BC, 4, 73–76. (Letter 660). With the parcel of reviews which your kindness makes you … [Wellesley] 38057-00

    • [23] November 1838. EBB to Mary Russell Mitford. BC, 4, 103–106. (Letter 670). L’Estrange (1), II, 34–37. Whenever I forget to notice any kindness of yours, do … [            ] 38066-00

    • 3 December 1838. EBB to Mary Russell Mitford. BC, 4, 108–110. (Letter 673). L’Estrange (1), II, 43–46. To-day was the day fixed in my mind for writing to you, even … [            ] 38068-00

    • 28 March 1839. Mary Russell Mitford to EBB. BC, 4, 123–124. (Letter 685). L’Estrange (2), III, 96–97 (as 28 May 1839). I should always doubt any preference of mine when opposed to … [            ] 39018-10

    • 10 April [1839]. EBB to Mary Russell Mitford. BC, 4, 130–136. (Letter 687). The east wind is here instead of the fish—& it seems that … [Wellesley] 39012-00

    • [19 April 1839]. EBB to Samuel Moulton-Barrett (brother). BC, 4, 136–137. (Letter 688). … not the chancellor’s great seal could cover what I want to … [Eton] 39013-00

    • [30 April 1839]. EBB to Mary Russell Mitford. BC, 4, 143–146. (Letter 691). I have been a little anxious about your muteness as well as … [Wellesley] 39015-00

    • [16 May 1839]. EBB to Mary Russell Mitford. BC, 4, 146–150. (Letter 692). I knew it was so—I felt it was—& in the course of my … [Eton & Wellesley] 39016-00

    • 15 January 1840. EBB to Mary Russell Mitford. BC, 4, 222–226. (Letter 727). Shame on me to have let you write again, without any words … [Wellesley] 40004-00


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