3706. Robert Southey to John Murray [fragment], 23 July 1821*
Keswick. 23 July. 1821.
My dear Sir
I am asked for an introduction to you, by my old friend Charles Lloyd, – as agent for the Quaker-Poet, Bernard Barton, with whom I am acquainted by letter, & by his works. Lloyd is a man of such remarkable talents, that accustomed as you are to the society of remarkable men, you will not be displeased at an opportunity of seeing him. B. Barton has succeeded in obtaining Jeffreys good word for his poetry,  & is very likely to become the pride of the Quakers.
Thank you for yours of the 13th. Let me have a set of the proofs of Cromwell,  & I will extend it think about extending it:
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