Copy of a letter from Thomas Manning, [12]December [1800]

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Copy of a letter from Thomas Manning to Charles Lamb, India House, London. He writes again about trying to arrange to see each other and the difficulties of time available. He is sorry to hear of the tragic fate of Lamb's Tragedie but asks that he may have a copy partly transcribed by Lamb and partly by his sister Mary, to whom Manning sends his kindest condolences. He has copied part of the poem, The Vernal Walk (by Ebenezer Elliott) which had recently been published in Cambridge. Dated [12] December. Copy is handwritten, 4 pieces, 4 sides