3708. Robert Southey to Humphrey Senhouse, 1 August 1821*
Keswick. 1st Aug. 1821.
My dear Senhouse
If no unforeseen interruption should occur, we purpose to be with you between three & four o’clock, on Monday next, – Edith & her mother, – &, with your leave, Cuthbert & his maid, – saltwater having been recommended for him, on account for a of a roughness of the skin, of obstinate continuance. With the aid of a crib, they can occupy the same room as Edith.
Farewell, & believe me
* Address: To/ Humphrey Senhouse
Esqre/ Netherhall./ Maryport
Stamped: KESWICK/ 298
Seal: red wax; design illegible
Watermark: embossed seal: BATH with a crown upper L of 1v
MS: Department of Rare Books, Special Collections and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester, Robert Southey Papers A.S727. ALS; 2p.