Papers: of Henry Timrod, 1867, n.d. [manuscript].


Papers: of Henry Timrod, 1867, n.d. [manuscript].

There is a poem," An exotic," and a letter, 1867 March 26, to Paul Hamilton Hayne, explaining that his wife's illness has delayed his reply; noting that he would like to meet Edward Percy Whipple and James Thomas Fields, and that Col. Johnston of the Charlotte Railroad would provide a pass; criticizing James Wood Davidson's ignorance of classical scholarship; praising Haynes' "Grade of poets"; and commenting on William Gilmore Simms' attributing a passage from Thomas Dekker to Thomas Middleton.

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