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From Anecdotes about Eighteen Century Authors

Frederic Mansel Reynolds, editor of The Keepsake, and a son of Frederic Reynolds the dramatist, had hired, for the autumn months, the upper portion of a small gardener's cottage at Highgate, a shell of a place, the first floor of which supplied two little cabins, just big enough for coziness, fun, and revel'. Here one evening he gave a dinner for eight friends, who included Lockhart, Theodore Hook, Henry Luttrell, and Coleridge.

Note from Samuel Taylor Coleridge, from Literary Anecdotes