620. Robert Southey to Grosvenor Charles Bedford, 23 October 
620. Robert Southey to Grosvenor Charles Bedford, 23 October  *
My dear Grosvenor
In all hurry am I setting off for London, viâ Keswickiæ. pray you write by return to Keswick, to tell me whether I may drive at once to your Crown Street apartments, & calculate upon a nights housing there, if we arrive too late to lodge ourselves. – I remember the name Toon by Butlerian association  – but am not sure if it be in Crown Street. – nor if you still sojourn there.
We – that is Mr Corry & his Secretaryship  – set off this morning in a Parkgate  packet – I momently expect the summons –
Grosvenor good bye
Friday. 23 October
* Endorsments: 23 Octor 1801; 23. Oct 1801
MS: Bodleian Library, Eng. Lett. c. 23. ALS; 1p.
 Possibly the clergyman Joseph Butler (1692-1752; DNB), whose writings were an important influence on David Hartley (1707-1757; DNB) and his associationist psychology. BACK