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Address: Mr Cottle | Bookseller MS. Pierpont Morgan Library. Hitherto unpublished.
[ November 1795]1
My dear Friend
Let the Rose's Men be working off the last sheet till twelve o'clock, if you can—as I particularly wish to get the Lectures printed compleat to day—and am writing copy as hard as I can— you shall have your's by one o'clock. And can you for one day permit the Hot presses to suspend your work—and work this last half sheet of my lectures?
S. T. Coleridge
Address: Mr Wade | No 5 | Wine Street | Bristol MS. Mr. James M. Osborn. Hitherto unpublished. Stamped: Worcester.
Sunday Afternoon [ 10 January 1796]
My dear Mr Wade
I had written and put the letter in the post before I received your's—and of two evils I prefer putting you to the expence of two____________________