Letter [1838 March 26], R. Bank, to G. Ticknor, Hanover Square.

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Coleridge, Henry Nelson, 1798-1843. Letter [1838 March 26], R. Bank, to G. Ticknor, Hanover Square.

Letter [1838 March 26], R. Bank, to G. Ticknor, Hanover Square.

Invites the Ticknors to dine when Mr. Southey is there.

1 p. 19 cm.

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