Letter to [Orville] Dewey. London, [Eng.]. 1838 May 20.


Letter to [Orville] Dewey. London, [Eng.]. 1838 May 20.

Answering Dewey's letter; discussing the uncertainty of life and the tragedies in Canada with its effects on the Queen; relating Anna Jameson's impressions of some experiments in animal magnetism; mentioning her dislike of living in London.

1 item (4 p.)


SNAC Resource ID: 6723283

University of Iowa Libraries

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