Kensington—April 7. [?1841]
My dear Sir,
I make sure that you will excuse my giving you the trouble of forwarding this somehow at your earliest convenience, either by post or otherwise (if he is close by you) to Mr. Monckten Milnes. It conveys him my thanks for his most kind mention of me in the house; and I am anxious he should have it as speedily as possible; but do not know his address.
Ever truly yours,
P.S. I hope to see you in Dover Street in the course of a few days, with the finale about my little new poem. I do not willingly go from you, even to get it embellished; and therefore have got a comfort ready for myself, in case I fail in that notion. [Continued at top of Page 1]
P.P.S. Will you be kind enough to drop me a "Yes":—just to let me know you have received this letter.
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