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Works of Charles and Mary Lamb. VI-VII. Letters
Charles Lamb to Anne Allsop, [13 April 1824]

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[p.m. April 13, 1824.]

DEAR Mrs. A.Mary begs me to say how much she regrets we can not join you to Reigate. Our reasons are—1st I have but one holyday namely Good Friday, and it is not pleasant to solicit for another, but that might have been got over. 2dly Manning is with us, soon to go away and we should not be easy in leaving him, 3dly Our school girl Emma comes to us for a few days on Thursday. 4thly and lastly, Wordsworth is returning home in about a week, and out of respect to them we should not like to absent ourselves just now. In summer I shall have a month, and if it shall suit, should like to go for a few days of it out with you both any where. In the mean time, with many acknowledgments etc. etc., I remain yours (both) truly,

C. Lamb.
India Ho. 13 Apr.

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