1828. W.P.: Oct. 9, .
4°, 3 pp., edges of conjugate second leaf reinforced with transparent paper-tape, no text loss. No loss but not in good condition.
§ Sadly, one of many Dibdin letters about being behind in financial obligations. He begins: "‘Be tranquil!’ so perhaps Triphook had berated Dibdin sternly. After considerable financial accounting, he ends: "The poets are come to me 2 vols. in one. I will be with Wheatly tomorrow" Item #123840