Letters, [ca. 1863-1878], Boston.


Letters, [ca. 1863-1878], Boston.

[1] 1863, October 7, to Augustus Addison Gould [1 l.].--Cannot use his article. [2] 1863, November 6, to Charles Creighton Hazewell [2 p.].--Requests him to do a special series for the Atlantic monthly. [3] 1872, September 26 [1 l.].--"Bayard Taylor is in Germany and his address ... is unknown to me." [4] 1875, August 12, to William Graham Sumner [1 l.].--Thanks him for his autograph and asks him for an article for the Atlantic Monthly. [5] 1875, October 13, Manchester by the Sea, Mass., to Charles Henry Parkhurst, Clinton, Mass. [1 l.].--He will give up the lecture course. [6] 1877, January 29, to Mrs. Mary Bucklin (Davenport) Claflin [1 l.].--"The talk about Cowper comes off tomorrow, Tuesday, at 10 1/4a.m. at Wesleyan Hall." [7] 1878, March 27, to Mr. Clarke [1 l.].--"I must have duplicate proofs ... sent to me." [8] n.d., to Charles Creighton Hazewell [1 l.].--Invites him to his home for the night Emerson and his family are going to be there. [9] n.y., March 3 [1 l.].--Cannot send autographs. [10] n.y., December 26, to Arthur F. Stetson [1 l.]. On the reverse is a fragment of a letter to Fields from Arthur F. Stetson of Bangor, Maine, asking for a keepsake of Charles Dickens.--Sorry he does not have a keepsake. [11] n.d. [1 l.]. Autograph.--"Yes, with very great pleasure, but I smile to think of how little value it is." [12] n.y., September 13, to "My dear Governor" [1 l.].--Invitation to dinner to meet Anthony Trollope.

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