talked about Ghosts. I will have some talk with Taylor and let you know--when please God I come down at Christmas. I will find that Examiner if possible. My best regards to Gleig. My Brothers to you and Mrs Bentley's
Your affectionate friend
I want to say much more to you--a few hints will set me going.
Direct Burford Bridge near dorking
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My dear Brothers, Hampstead Sunday
I must crave your pardon for not having written ere this. * * * I saw Kean return to the public in ' Richard III.'1, and finely he did it, and, at the request of Reynolds, I went to criticize his Luke in Riches. The critique is in to-day's "'Champion'", which I send you, with the Examiner, in which you will find very proper lamentation on the obsoletion of Christmas Gambols and pastimes:2 but it was mixed up with so much egotism of that drivelling nature that pleasure is entirely lost. Hone, the publisher's trial, you must find very amusing; and, as Englishmen, very encouraging--his Not Guilty is a thing, which not to have been, would have dulled still more Liberty's Emblazoning--LordEllenborough has been paid in his own____________________