963. Robert Southey to Grosvenor Charles Bedford, 13 July 1804
963. Robert Southey to Grosvenor Charles Bedford, 13 July 1804 *
Grosvenor I am very uneasy at receiving no tidings of or from you – or Horace. write – if only to tell me the reason of your silence.
Somewhat oddly it has happened that I have been told here by one who professed to know accurately, & perhaps had the means of knowing, that your father is worth one & twenty thousand pounds. It was Sharp who said this, & as if on Isaac Reids  authority.
July 13. 1804. Keswick
* Address: To/ G.C. Bedford Esqr/ Exchequer/ Westminster/ Single
Stamped: KESWICK/ 298
Postmark: E/ JUL16/1804
Endorsement: 13 July 1804
MS: Bodleian Library, MS Eng. Lett. c. 23. ALS; 2p.