Autograph letter signed from Richard Doddridge Blackmore to Sydney Smith [manuscript], 1888 January 10.

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Blackmore, R. D. (Richard Doddridge), 1825-1900,. Autograph letter signed from Richard Doddridge Blackmore to Sydney Smith [manuscript], 1888 January 10.

Autograph letter signed from Richard Doddridge Blackmore to Sydney Smith [manuscript], 1888 January 10.

Declines to give his opinion on the Shakespeare-Bacon controversy, due to ignorance of the problem.

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