Letters, [1830?-1868].

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Howitt, William, 1792-1879. Letters, [1830?-1868].

Letters, [1830?-1868].

Concerning his and his wife's writings; comments on poetry in general; social activities; information regarding publication.

23 items (52 p.)

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