Letter [manuscript] : to the editor of the "Herald,", 1886 October 30.

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Lowell, James Russell, 1819-1891. Letter [manuscript] : to the editor of the "Herald,", 1886 October 30.

Letter [manuscript] : to the editor of the "Herald,", 1886 October 30.

Lowell writes to the editor of the "Herald" [James Gordon Bennett, Jr.?] registering a strong complaint against a Julian Hawthorne article in the "Herald's" morning edition. Lowell mentions a previous "attempt" on Oliver Wendell Holmes (1809-1894) by Hawthorne.

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