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

67. — To Fanny Keats.

My dear Fanny — I have just written to Mr. Abbey to ask him to let you come and see poor Tom who has lately been much worse. He is better at present — sends his Love to you and wishes much to see you — I hope he will shortly — I have not been able to come to Walthamstow on his account as well as a little Indisposition of my own. I have asked Mr. A. to write me — if he does not mention anything of it to you, I will tell you what reasons he has though I do not think he will make any objection. Write me what you want with a Flageolet and I will get one ready for you by the time you come.

Your affectionate Brother

John ——.


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