19 Dec : enclosed letter to Morton from George Stovin Venables.
Cox gives his address as 33 Percy Street. Note and stamp of receipt at the bottom.
'To a German Friend: on his leaving Sorrento where he was a distinguished Member of a Club'
'Galileo's Tower, Florence'
'Sonnet, To Home - Naples'
'Sonnet' (Wrong'd and ill-fated poet! thou art pas't...)
'Stanzas' (Few, few are they unto whose eyes the wan...)
'Vesuvius - Sonnets 1-IV'
English translations of letters dated 1 Mar. [1831?], 4 Aug. 1831, 22 Oct. 1831, 21 Nov. 1833, and 4 Jul. 1835.
Asks him to forward letter and tell E[liot] Warburton that her address is Castle Martin, Kilcullen, so that he can ensure delivery of a song by Monckton MIlnes.
Gives J. H. Gaball's address as 9 Ivy Lane, Paternoster Row: 'Say he has been recommendende by Mr Campbell or he may be shy'. No signature; written on scrap addressed to J. Campbell, 'Printer for [?] Arburthnot, 26 Brecknock Crescent, Camden Road.