H.M. Brackenridge letter to Carey & Hart, 1846 Jan. 26.


Brackenridge, H. M. (Henry Marie), 1786-1871. H.M. Brackenridge letter to Carey & Hart, 1846 Jan. 26.

H.M. Brackenridge letter to Carey & Hart, 1846 Jan. 26.

Brackenridge writes to Carey & Hart, 26 Jan. 1846, proposing a reprint of his father's book, Modern Chivalry, claiming it would sell well and be well read. Includes integral envelope.

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