Autograph letter signed : Osborne, to Charles Kingsley, 1862 Jan. 26.

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Edward VII, King of Great Britain, 1841-1910. Autograph letter signed : Osborne, to Charles Kingsley, 1862 Jan. 26.

Autograph letter signed : Osborne, to Charles Kingsley, 1862 Jan. 26.

Thanking him for a copy of one of his sermons, and regretting that his own academic life has come to an end.

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