[London] Wednesday 20th. July 1808.
If your legs are not yet worn out and can manage to get to Pimlico this evening, I shall be obliged by your going to the library and bringing me the Letters of Junius, and also a clean shirt, if you can procure one. I shall be at home immediately after the play of the Mountaineers. Of course you will ask leave, and I by no means wish you to come if you are otherwise engaged. By the bye, if Mrs. Hunter has in her possession some verses I wrote called the Lover's Vigil, she will favour me by letting me take a copy.
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