been, probably through oversight,

I am sorry that

the article of Howitt's which
you had hoped to send to Folklore
was not left in a sufficiently
advanced state to justify its
publication. I will write to
Miss Burne accordingly.

I have been so pressed
with work and occupations of
various kinds during the last
year, that I have not yet
found time to write the obituary
notices of Dr Howitt and Mr
for Folklore. But I
hope shortly to have leisure to
do so.

Your letter reached me
here in Liverpool where I
came a week ago to give

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