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Works of Charles and Mary Lamb. VI-VII. Letters
Charles Lamb to Thomas Allsop, 6 September 1823

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[Dated at end: Sept. 6 [1823].]

DEAR Alsop—I am snugly seated at the cottage; Mary is well but weak, and comes home on Monday; she will soon be strong enough to see her friends here. In the mean time will you dine with me at ½ past four to-morrow? Ayrton and Mr. Burney are coming.

Colebrook Cottage, left hand side, end of Colebrook Row on the western brink of the New River, a detach’d whitish house.

No answer is required but come if you can.

C. Lamb.
Saturday 6th Sep.

I call’d on you on Sunday. Respcts to Mrs. A. & boy.