Autograph letter signed : [Haworth], to W.S. Williams, 1850 Sept. 13.

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Brontë, Charlotte, 1816-1855. Autograph letter signed : [Haworth], to W.S. Williams, 1850 Sept. 13.

Autograph letter signed : [Haworth], to W.S. Williams, 1850 Sept. 13.

Noting that Mr. Newby agreed to print 350 copies of Wuthering Heights but "afterwards declared he had only printed 250"; speculating that Mr. Newby "must be needy as well as tricky--and if he is, one would not distress him, even for one's rights"; offering to write a preface for Wuthering Heights and Agnes Grey that will "set at rest all erroneous conjectures respecting [her sisters'] identity."

1 item (2 p., unbound) ; 19cm.

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