Letters of John Keats to His Family and Friends, by John Keats

35. — To John Taylor.

My dear Taylor — I have finished copying my Second Book — but I want it for one day to overlook it. And moreover this day I have very particular employ in the affair of Cripps — so I trespass on your indulgence, and take advantage of your good nature. You shall hear from me or see me soon. I will tell Reynolds of your engagement to-morrow.

Yours unfeignedly

John Keats.


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