Letter, [ca.1843-1896?], To Aubrey [Thomas] De Vere, Rome.

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Patmore, Coventry, 1823-1896. Letter, [ca.1843-1896?], To Aubrey [Thomas] De Vere, Rome.

Letter, [ca.1843-1896?], To Aubrey [Thomas] De Vere, Rome.

"I have not been able to get any further information as to the Catholicism or Protestantism of the poets you were inquiring about." "Dr Manning left London for Rome yesterday."

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