Letters, 1821-1857.

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Watts, Alaric Alexander, 1797-1864. Letters, 1821-1857.

Letters, 1821-1857.

Concerning poetry submissions and writings of both his correspondents and himself; discussing artwork for his publications; mentioning some feuds and quarrels.

36 items (117 p.)

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Nickisson, G.W.,

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