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Works of Charles and Mary Lamb. VI-VII. Letters
Charles Lamb to Edward Moxon, [26? September 1827]

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[No date. ? Sept. 26, 1827.]

Pray, send me the Table Book.

DEAR M. Our pleasant meeting[s] for some time are suspended. My sister was taken very ill in a few hours after you left us (I had suspected it),—and I must wait eight or nine weeks in slow hope of her recovery. It is her old complaint. You will say as much to the Hoods, and to Mrs. Lovekin, and Mrs. Hazlitt, with my kind love.

We are in the House, that is all. I hope one day we shall both enjoy it, and see our friends again. But till then I must be a solitary nurse.

I am trying Becky’s sister to be with her, so don’t say anything to Miss James.

Yours truly
Ch. Lamb.

Monday. I will send your books soon.