Mr. Leigh Hunt's comps. to Mr. Cameron, & will thank him to measure the little boy, /whose/ John Neagle,—whose mother brings this,—for a good stout, coarse suit of clothes, such as a boy wears who lives in a kitchen to go upon errands, clean knives &c. Perhaps corderoy trousers and a second-cloth jacket to match would do very well; for Mr. H. wishes the child to be as well clothed as such a situation will allow; but Mr. C. will use his better judgment in this respect. The clothes, if they can possibly be got done by that time, Mr. H. would like to have by tomorrow evening.
37. Portland Street [London]
Friday Morng. /7/ 10th. Feby. 1812.
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