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Biographia Literaria, ivand has probably read the manuscript of 'Adventures on Salisbury Plain'). June W pays a lengthy visit to London, where he meets Godwin, Montagu, John Stoddart, and James (or John) Tobin. 2 July Montagu and Charles Douglas sign a promissory note for £220 due toW on 1 January 1797 in return for the £200 already lent to Douglas. c. 9 July W returns to Racedown. (For the change in his views since settling at Racedown with D, her influence, and the influence of Nature- including the renewal of close contact with people, and time to reflect on incompatibilities of abstract reasoning and life- see Pr xi, 321-70.
24 RW receives £100 plus interest from Charles Douglas (cf. 2 July 1796). 27 D meets the beggar woman, then her family on the Ambleside road; (from her description W writes 'Beggars' in March 1802). June 7 (Sat) W returns (JW, the next day). They have stayed with 1800 39 Tom and Mary Hutchinson (now at Gallow Hill near Scarborough), after visiting Yordas, a cave near Ingleton, and Gordale Scar. 19 Wand Mr Sympson, the aged but active curate of Wythburn, fish in Thirlmere. 21 They fish with JW at Rydal Water.
Raisley wishes his legacy to be set aside to enable W to pursue his aims, literary or otherwise, and assist him in time of need; W asks his brother to give the required assurances. 13 RW assures W that he will readily enter into a bond to this effect. c. 17 W informs RW that Raisley has decided to leave him £900, with a penalty of £400 to secure it from the claims of his late uncle's representatives. 23 Raisley signs the will which leaves £900 to be invested for W' s use and benefit, with power to invest any portion he wishes for the benefit of his sister D.
A Wordsworth Chronology by F. B. Pinion (auth.)