632. Robert Southey to Grosvenor Charles Bedford, [28 November 1801]
632. Robert Southey to Grosvenor Charles Bedford, [28 November 1801] *
I am uneasy Grosvenor at hearing nothing of you since the Mondays message – give if me a line to say how you are – if you were a King or an Opera singer I should see your daily state of health gazetted & paragraphed – do let me know something about you. I would have been over if it had been in my power –
Make my respects – to all your good family I was going to say but Carlo Collins came into my head & damned the phrase.  so remember me to your father & mother & Horace – does [MS obscured] never come to town?
* Address: To/ G C Bedford Esqr/ Brixton Causeway
Postmark: 2o’Clock / 28 NO/ 1801 EV
Endorsement: 28 Novr 1801
MS: Bodleian Library, Eng. Lett. c. 23. ALS; 2p.