Letter, 1892 March 17, London, to Mr. Silsbee.

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Wise, Thomas James, 1859-1937. Letter, 1892 March 17, London, to Mr. Silsbee.

Letter, 1892 March 17, London, to Mr. Silsbee.

On Shelley Society stationery, Wise writes that he is now married and in a house of his own, with his "Shelley treasures" gathered into one room. He is excitedly expecting "a copy of an autograph letter of Shelley's addressed to Jane Claremont."

1 item (3 p.), in folder ; 26 cm.

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