Thomas Gray to Norton Nicholls, [29 May 1768]
Addio! You will have the satisfaction of going to Fischer's concert, and hearing Pugnani without me, on Thursday; I don't believe there will be any body one knows there. My respects to Mrs Nicholls, and my cousin, Miss Floyer, not forgetting the red nightingale. I am gone tomorrow.
Here are a pair of your stray shoes, dancing attendance, till you send for them.
- The Works of Thomas Gray, 5 vols. Ed. by John Mitford. London: W. Pickering, 1835-1843, letter X, vol. v, 75
- The Letters of Thomas Gray, including the correspondence of Gray and Mason, 3 vols. Ed. by Duncan C. Tovey. London: George Bell and Sons, 1900-12, letter no. CCCXXVIII, vol. iii, 198
- Correspondence of Thomas Gray, 3 vols. Ed. by the late Paget Toynbee and Leonard Whibley, with corrections and additions by H. W. Starr. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1971 [1st ed. 1935], letter no. 477, vol. iii, 1033