Letter, 1870 Sep. 7, London, to [A.C.] Swinburne [London].


Letter, 1870 Sep. 7, London, to [A.C.] Swinburne [London].

Comments on political and military events in France and Italy.

[7] p. on 2 l. Holograph signed.


SNAC Resource ID: 7355894

University of Michigan

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