ent case notwithstanding you gave battle to the Albany Argus rather roughly at first. 6
Messrs Bryant Leggett & Co.
Pay to William Leggett Esq. two hundred and sixty dollars and charge the same to my account. Rome April 15 1835.
MANUSCRIPT: NYPL-GR (draft) ADDRESS: To William Leggett Esq.
Florence June 12, 1835.
My dear Sir
I received a short time since at Naples your letter inclosing Welles & Fitch's receipt for the second remittance of $500. I thank you for this attention. From Rome some weeks ago I sent you the eighth poem for Morris with a draft in your favour on the office for $260, which I hope you have received before this time. Of course when the state of my funds in the concern will admit I should like a further remittance. There is the sum of $1000 to be paid for me to Mrs. Coleman on a bond in which
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Publication information: Book title: The Letters of William Cullen Bryant. Volume: 1. Contributors: William Cullen Bryant II - Editor, Thomas G. Voss - Editor, William Cullen Bryant - Author. Publisher: Fordham University Press. Place of publication: New York. Publication year: 1975. Page number: 446.