Robert Southey letters, 1825-1837.

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Southey, Robert, 1774-1843. Robert Southey letters, 1825-1837.

Robert Southey letters, 1825-1837.

Collection of English poet, Robert Southey, consists of five holographic letters and one album containing unpublished notes and reflections from his Commonplace Book.

5 letters, 1 album.

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