TC TO DAVID BREWSTER; 22 May 1823; DOI: 10.1215/lt-18230522-TC-DBR-01; CL 2:358-359.
TC TO DAVID BREWSTER
[22 May 1823]
My dear Sir,
I was at Mainhill this morning, am now on the eve of setting out for Dunkeld, and never was more fatigued or hurried in my life. I meant and longed to call at Coates' Crescent: but at present I must restrict myself to saying that my address in the North is “with C. Buller Esqr, Kinnaird-House, Dunkeld,” where I shall constantly be ready to attend to your wishes,—being always
Most sincerely your's /
Moray-street, Thursday. / half-past-eleven P.M.