My dear Mrs. Hunt
Nothing will give me greater pleasure than to call on you and Hunt which I will do tomorrow evening (Wednesday). I am working hard with another man, on a novel; not my own intended “Spectre,” in which I shall, of course, have no co-adjutor, but a Story of the English Navy, with Nelson for the chief character, and Trafalgar for the catastrophe. This is ad captandum work, and sure to produce money,
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