Letters to Winchfield, Eng. 1864-1869.


Kingsley, Charles, 1819-1875. Letters to Winchfield, Eng. 1864-1869.

Letters to Winchfield, Eng. 1864-1869.

(1) Concerning his pleasure that his writings have been of some value. 1864 Mar. 6. (2) Concerning his thanks for an egg boiler; regarding John Stuart Mill's book on the subjugation of women. 1869 June 4.

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