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Works of Charles and Mary Lamb. VI-VII. Letters
Charles and Mary Lamb to Edward Moxon, [26 September 1833]

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List of Letters
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[p.m. Sept. 26, 1833.]

WE shall be most happy to see Emma, dear to every body. Mary’s spirits are much better, and she longs to see again our twelve years’ friend. You shall afternoon sip with me a bottle of superexcellent Port, after deducting a dinner-glass for them. We rejoyce to have E. come, the first Visit, without Miss ——, who, I trust, will yet behave well; but she might perplex Mary with questions. Pindar sadly wants Preface and notes. Pray, E., get to Snow Hill before 12, for we dine before 2. We will make it 2. By mistake I gave you Miss Betham’s letter, with the exquisite verses, which pray return to me, or if it be an improved copy, give me the other, and Albumize mine, keeping the signature. It is too pretty a family portrait, for you not to cherish.

Your loving friends
C. Lamb.
M. Lamb.