Letter to an unknown recipient, possibly R. D. Blackmore [manuscript], 1871 January 11.


Higginson, Thomas Wentworth, 1823-1911. Letter to an unknown recipient, possibly R. D. Blackmore [manuscript], 1871 January 11.

Letter to an unknown recipient, possibly R. D. Blackmore [manuscript], 1871 January 11.

Higginson writes to [Blackmore?] re his translation of Virgil which he wil show to Mr. Fields and also to Mr. Brooks who agree with Higginson in disliking Bryant's translation of Homer.

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Fields, James Thomas, 1817-1881

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