Autograph letter signed : Salem, to his sister, Maria Louisa, 1831 Nov. 4.


Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 1804-1864. Autograph letter signed : Salem, to his sister, Maria Louisa, 1831 Nov. 4.

Autograph letter signed : Salem, to his sister, Maria Louisa, 1831 Nov. 4.

Sending some "Gibraltars" (a kind of lemon candy) to their cousin; also sending a bag of coins and asking her to find and return to him "a silver threepence" which was "a gift to [him] from the loveliest lady in the land"; mentioning a missing smelling-bottle. The letter ends with the following postscript: "You can't imagine how quiet and comfortable our house has been, since you went away."

1 item (1 p., with address) ; 24 cm.

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