Autograph letter signed from Charles Kinglsey, Everley, Hampshire, to John William Parker, London [manuscript], ca. 1848.

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Kingsley, Charles, 1819-1875,. Autograph letter signed from Charles Kinglsey, Everley, Hampshire, to John William Parker, London [manuscript], ca. 1848.

Autograph letter signed from Charles Kinglsey, Everley, Hampshire, to John William Parker, London [manuscript], ca. 1848.

Asks Parker, his publisher, for more time to work on his upcoming novel Yeast. Requests that it be dedicated to Sidney Osborne. Fatigue and arguments with Charles Mansfield have been delaying him. Sends regards from himself and his wife. Dated Friday.

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