Autograph address sheet : Brighton, to "Miss Jane Austen at Mr. Murrays," 1816 Mar. 27.

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Clarke, James Stanier, 1765?-1834. Autograph address sheet : Brighton, to "Miss Jane Austen at Mr. Murrays," 1816 Mar. 27.

Autograph address sheet : Brighton, to "Miss Jane Austen at Mr. Murrays," 1816 Mar. 27.

In various hands. Initial address in Clarke's hand -- "Albemarle Street, London"--Crossed out; readdressed to "Henrietta St, Covent Garden" (Austen's brother Henry's address); readdressed to "Chawton, Alton." Franked "Clarence." Originally contained a letter from James Stanier Clarke thanking her on behalf of the Prince Regent for a copy of Emma and suggesting that perhaps her next novel could be dedicated to the Prince.

1 item (1 p.) ; 19.6 x 25 cm.

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