1836 ENGLISH POETRY 1579-1830: SPENSER AND THE TRADITION

Henry Malden

Henry Crabb Robinson, 15 January 1836; Diary, Reminiscences, and Correspondence (1870; 1872) 2:169.



Having had no walk yesterday, Wordsworth was with me early this morning, to walk to Ambleside, in spite of the snow, and I found a snow scene quite pleasant in this mountainous country. At five I accompanied Wordsworth to Dr. Arnold's. I had sent the Doctor Professor Malden's address of the Senate to the Council of the London University, which he warmly praised. Wordsworth had also spoken well of it.