Letter to an unnamed correspondent, 1880 November 6.

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Blackmore, R. D. (Richard Doddridge), 1825-1900. Letter to an unnamed correspondent, 1880 November 6.

Letter to an unnamed correspondent, 1880 November 6.

Blackmore sends the 2nd part of Christowell and suggests that all copy should be sent to Marston, which will allow Marston enough time "but no Leap-year work" and adding that he "wants 'copy' now."

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