1816. Kensington: March 4, 1816.
4to, 1 p., in very good condition.
§ To an unidentified correspondent, concerning a large-paper copy of the Bibliotheca Spenceriana, of which he has received vols. one and two (of four): "You need not be under any apprehension, as those who have the previous, will of course have the succeeding volume... How long have you been the fortunate man to posses the L.P? I write this 'currente calamo' for I am now up to my eyes and ears in Decameronic pursuits having fairly plunged myself into all the miseries of the press, perhaps for 14 months to come..." This latter reference connects to our letter from Dibdin to Brunet (123821) about getting French engravers for the "Decameron" Item #123835