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Works of Charles and Mary Lamb. VI-VII. Letters
Charles Lamb to Edward Moxon, [January 1833]

Contents vol. VI
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Contents vol. VII
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List of Letters
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[No date. Jan., 1833.]

I HAVE a proof from Dilke. That serves for next Saturday. What Forster had, will serve a second. I sent you a third concluding article for him and us (a capital hit, I think, about Cervantes) of which I leave you to judge whether we shall not want it to print before a third or even second week. In that case beg D. to clap them in all at once; and keep the Atheneums to print from. What I send is the concluding Article of the painters. Soften down the Title in the Book to
“Defect of the Imaginative Faculty in Artists.”

Consult Dilke.