William Wordsworth and Mary Wordsworth letter to William Jackson, 1827 January 26
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A letter to Reverend William Jackson in which William Wordsworth and his wife Mary Wordsworth express their anxieties about their son John. They mention a recent letter received from Jackson and request that he offer any advice and guidance that he can to John Wordsworth while John is at Oxford. Mary also mentions Dora having a cold and promises John will give him news of the rest of the family.
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