Letters, 1835-1854.

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Howitt, Mary Botham, 1799-1888. Letters, 1835-1854.

Letters, 1835-1854.

Regarding her writing and translations; discussing the works of others. Accepting and declining invitations and offering her thanks for a variety of deeds.

52 items (146 p.)

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