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25 February Sending Wrangham some long-promised Juvenalian verses, W indicates that he has no wish to take more pupils; (he and D never had more than one). The first draft of The Borderers is almost finished. March 15 (Wed) Montagu unexpectedly arrives, before theWs have risen. 19 D informs RW that no shirts are ready, the linen arriving only the previous week. W has gone to Bristol with Montagu for 'a week or ten days'; she is happy with Mary H. John W has written, saying how sorry he is not to be on board his cousin John's ship, the new Earl of Abergavenny; (the previous one had been bought by the Government in April 1795).
29 Writing on this visit, D tells Mary H that Mrs C is an excellent mother (breast-feeding Derwent) but incompatible with STC, chiefly because she lacks 'sensibility'. W is always ill when he tries to revise his poems, more so than when he writes new. m. and the thrushes 'singing divinely' in the orchard (the small garden behind their cottage). W writes that he and D sat two hours during the morning, when it was 'burning hot' 1801 43 outside, in 'John's firgrove'. The gate on the other side of the road from it (the Wishing-Gate) commands a beautiful view; it bears Sara's cypher, and Mary must come and carve hers.
27 They begin their tour with W. 30 After two days at and around Barnard Castle, Cottle, afflicted with rheumatism, parts from his companions at Greta Bridge, to return home. W and STC proceed by coach to Temple Sowerby, where they are joined by JW, who has been at Newbiggin Hall, attending the funeral of Christopher Crackanthorpe ('Uncle Kit'). 31 With JW, they call on the Revd Thomas Myers, the widowed husband of W's aunt, at Barton (a large parish including Sockbridge); to Bampton for the night.
A Wordsworth Chronology by F. B. Pinion (auth.)