Autograph letter signed : Montevideo, Uruguay, to John Ruskin, 1888 Jun. 30.

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Palgrave, William Gifford, 1826-1888. Autograph letter signed : Montevideo, Uruguay, to John Ruskin, 1888 Jun. 30.

Autograph letter signed : Montevideo, Uruguay, to John Ruskin, 1888 Jun. 30.

Thanking him for a copy of Praeterita, v. 3, commenting on the ill health of both, expressing the writer's desire to complete his poem "Pageant" [Vision of Life][, giving his opinion of the worth of other poets, Arnold, Browning, Tennyson, et al.

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