Thomas Gray to Horace Walpole, [21 September 1756]
To The Honble Horace Walpole in Arlington Street London
BASINGSTOKE 22 SE
If you continue your intention of coming hither, Mr Chute desires, you would give yourself the trouble of looking among your prints (of Hollar or others) for an inside-view of St George's Chappel at Windsor, & be so good to bring it with you. I have a notion, there is such a Print in Ashmole's Book of the Garter.
We have been up a second time for two days in our Chair, but are forced to lie in bed again today with the Gout in one ancle, yet with no great pain.
Class No. LC II, 90, College Library, Pembroke College, Cambridge , Cambridge, UK <http://www.pem.cam.ac.uk/>
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