Autograph letters signed (2), dated : Weimar Aug. 7 1879, and Rome Oct. 7 1879, to M. Cousins [i.e. William Cusins], 1879 Aug. 7 and 1879 Oct. 7.

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Autograph letters signed (2), dated : Weimar Aug. 7 1879, and Rome Oct. 7 1879, to M. Cousins [i.e. William Cusins], 1879 Aug. 7 and 1879 Oct. 7.

Sending the manuscript [not present] of his Tennyson song "Go not happy day," asking him to deliver it to the publishers and to acknowledge its receipt, from 18 to 22 August, to "Bayreuth--Deutschland, Bayern (non à Beyrouth, Syrie)," writing from Rome that the proofs have not yet arrived, thanking Cusins for adjusting the fingering to English usage, etc.

2 items (4 p.) ; (8vo and 12mo)

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