1765 ENGLISH POETRY 1579-1830: SPENSER AND THE TRADITION

Francis Noel Clarke Mundy

Joseph Warton to Thomas Warton, 3 June 1765; Thomas Warton, Correspondence, ed. Fairer (1995) 188.



Through the wildest country, but the best roads, to Matlock Bath — of all earthly places the most exquisite and romantic, and beyond any possible description — staid one day — from thence to dinner at this place, Mr. Mundy's, where we stay two days, and set out a three days journey, on Friday morning, for Mr. Richardson's. Mr. Mundy's house is a most excellent one, and I need not tell you how cordially we are received.