Letters, 1818-1867.

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Cornwall, Barry, 1787-1874. Letters, 1818-1867.

Letters, 1818-1867.

Discussing his poetry, writings and family; concerning travels, books sent and received, politics and social activities. Includes thanks for various items and deeds.

100 items (172 p.)

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