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Works of Charles and Mary Lamb. VI-VII. Letters
Charles Lamb to Charles Wentworth Dilke, [5 March 1832]

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List of Letters
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[p.m. March 5, 1832.]

DR Sir, My friend Aders, a German merchant, German born, has opend to the public at the Suffolk St. Gallery his glorious Collection of old Dutch and German Pictures. Pray see them. You have only to name my name, and have a ticket—if you have not received one already. You will possibly notice ’em, and might lug in the inclosed, which I wrote for Hone’s Year Book, and has appear’d only there, when the Pictures were at home in Euston Sq. The fault of this matchless set of pictures is, the admitting a few Italian pictures with ’em, which I would turn out to make the Collection unique and pure. Those old Albert Durers have not had their fame. I have tried to illustrate ’em. If you print my verses, a Copy, please, for me.