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21.: malthus to ricardo 1 - David Ricardo, The Works and Correspondence of David Ricardo, Vol. 6 Letters 1810-1815 
The Works and Correspondence of David Ricardo, ed. Piero Sraffa with the Collaboration of M.H. Dobb (Indianapolis: Liberty Fund, 2005). Vol. 6 Letters 1810-1815.
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malthus to ricardo 1
E I College August 14th 1811
I have been in hopes of hearing from you to say when I might have the pleasure of seeing you at the College; and I write a line now in haste to ask whether it will be convenient to you to come on saturday next, as I am about the Review,2 and should like to consult you on some points. I fear that Mr. Sharpe is not in Town, or should be most happy to see him with you. I must send off the review early next week. It will be quite of a general nature, and will have nothing to do with our controversy which appears to me to be too nice a question for the generality of readers to be interested about. Have the goodness to write a line by return of post to say whether I may expect the pleasure of seeing you.
I am dear Sir very sincerely Yours
T Robt Malthus.
We dine at five.
[1 ]Addressed: ‘David Ricardo Esqr / 16. Throgmorton Street / London.’—MS in R.P.
[2 ]Edinburgh Review, Aug. 1811, Art. X, ‘Pamphlets on the Bullion Question.’