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SD932.  William Wordsworth & Mary Wordsworth to John Kenyon

As published in The Brownings’ Correspondence, 4, 338 (in part).


17th August [1838]

My dear Friend

I have been so much pleased with the power of knowledge displayed in Miss Barret[t]’s vol of Poems which you were so kind as to send Mr W. some time ago, that I am desirous to see her translation of Eschylus. Cd you send me a copy thro’ Mr Moxon, & tell me also where it is to be bought—as two of my acquaintances wish to purchase it. …

Address, on cover sheet: John Kenyon Esqre / 4 Harley Place.

Publication: Wordsworth, 6, 630–631.

Manuscript: Berg Collection.


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