Asks CD whether he is making any plans for Edinburgh.
Will be home in three weeks.
You really are a beautiful correspondent. As to the tackle you are quite welcome to have it all except the line whose beauties you don't appear to appreciate properly.
Are you making any plans with regard to Edinbororough? any nice little stony
excursions? We'll have rare fun in plannning if we dont have any in performing them.
I've made five hundred already for my share. How shall you fancy going there by sea? it
is 14 hour's passage from Liverpool to Glasgow. We can stay a day or two at
Tell Susan that I dont know whether she corresponds with Edward Holland, but that he is the only channel thro' which I hear of her. How came Susan to come away before min' aunt? Did she quarrel with Jessy or was it because Tom had the rheumatism in his jaws. The Hollands are all here with whom I am now going to dine & must therefore conclude.
My Love ad omnes, & I hope the D
- f1 15.f1The letter is dated from the reference to Erasmus's coming down in about three weeks. The 1825 Easter Term ended 6 July.
- f2 15.f2A second cousin, Edward Holland, was at the time an undergraduate at Trinity College.
- f3 15.f3Louisa Jane (Jane) Wedgwood.
- f4 15.f4Jessie Wedgwood.
- f5 15.f5Thomas Josiah Wedgwood, Jessie's brother.