TC TO JOHN WILSON; 28 November 1827; DOI: 10.1215/lt-18271128-TC-JOWI-01; CL 4:285-286.
TC TO JOHN WILSON
21. Comley Bank, Wednesday [28? November 1827]—
My Dear Sir,
As bad fortune would have it, I was yesterday seized with a cold, which has made such progress over night, that, for the present, in spite of all my anticipations, I find I must keep within doors.
I purpose to do myself the pleasure of waiting on you, the first day this unwelcome companion will let me. [The rest of the manuscript is missing.]