Letters of R.D. Blackmore, 1892-1897.


Blackmore, R. D. (Richard Doddridge), 1825-1900. Letters of R.D. Blackmore, 1892-1897.

Letters of R.D. Blackmore, 1892-1897.

On February 17, 1892, Blackmore writes to his opticians Messrs. Gaydon & Son concerning an order for a new pair of glasses. On October 30, 1897, Blackmore writes to Dodd, Mead & Co., complaining about the illustrations for his novel "Dariel."

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Blackmore, R. D. (Richard Doddridge), 1825-1900

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Richard Doddridge Blackmore was an English novelist and poet, Blackmore wrote several novels and many volumes of poetry, but is chiefly known for the historical romance Lorna Doone (1869) set on Exmoor. From the description of Richard Doddridge Blackmore letter, 26 Jan. 1895. (Indiana University). WorldCat record id: 429679657 Richard Doddridge Blackmore, British novelist and fruit farmer, best known for his Lorna Doone. From the description of R. D. Blackmore ma...

Dodd, Mead & Company.

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In 1839 Moses W. Dodd purchased an interest in a New York publishing firm established by John S. Taylor. The following year he severed his connection with Taylor and continued alone until his retirement in 1870. He was succeeded by his son, Frank H. Dodd, who, with his cousin Edward S. Mead, formed the firm Dodd & Mead. A retail department was added to the firm and in 1876 Bleecker Van Wagnen was taken as a partner. The firm was then renamed Dodd, Mead & Company. From the gui...