Thomas Gray to Horace Walpole, [31 January 1764]
The Honble Horace Walpole Esq
in Arlington Street
SAFFRON WALDEN 1 FE
And so I must stay two, if not three days longer for my books! they are to come by the Cambridge Fly, wch sets out from the Queen's Head in Grey's-Inn Lane. Mr Mason is here, but talks of going to London tomorrow, where he will be at Ld Delaware's House.
All letters to & from this place, that seem to promise any thing, are open'd (I hear) at the Gen: Post-Office.
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