1 page, 8vo, integral leaf with address panel, minor soiling. MARY SHELLEY REQUESTS WORDSWORTH AND KEATS. "I wrote some days ago requesting you to send me (from Mr. Colburn), Wordsworth's Poems and Keats's first publication [his Poems, 1817] containing [the poems] Sleep and Poetry. I am afraid some mistake has occurred, and I shall soon want the books in the correction of a proof sheet." As an afterthought, she also requests in a postscript the book Post Roads in France and the Literary Examiner." /> SHELLEY, Mary Wollstonecraft (1797-1851). Autograph letter signed ("Mary Shelley") to the publisher Charles Ollier and [Henry] Colburn, Kentish Town, 5 December [postmarked 1825]. <I>1 page, 8vo, integral leaf with address panel, minor soiling</I>. MARY SHELLEY REQUESTS WORDSWORTH AND KEATS. "I wrote some days ago requesting you to send me (from Mr. Colburn), Wordsworth's Poems and Keats's first publication [his <I>Poems</I>, 1817] containing [the poems] Sleep and Poetry. I am afraid some mistake has occurred, and I shall soon want the books in the correction of a proof sheet." As an afterthought, she also requests in a postscript the book <I>Post Roads in France</I> and the <I>Literary Examiner</I>. | Christie's