Correspondence of R.D. Blackmore [manuscript] 1858-99.


Blackmore, R. D. (Richard Doddridge), 1825-1900. Correspondence of R.D. Blackmore [manuscript] 1858-99.

Correspondence of R.D. Blackmore [manuscript] 1858-99.

With members of his family and friends, relating to personal affairs, fruit raising & his novels; with publishers and magazine editors dealing with the publication and illustration of his works; and other letters dealing with copyright laws, treatment of authors by publishers and magazine editors, and the formation of the Incorporated Society of Authors, London. Correspondents include: Henry Mills Alden, Miss Carrie? Alger, James Baker, Saxe Bannister, Mackenzie Bell, Mr. Benson, Mrs. Annie Wood Besant, Sir Walter Besant, V.J. Briscoe, William Black, John Blackmore, William Blackwood, Ford Madox Brown, Charles William Burrows, Hall Caine, Gordon Bluett Campbell, Wallace Hugh Cathcart, Arthur Henry Clark, Frances Cotton Collins "Mrs. Mortimer Collins", Mortimer Collins, Thomas Uttermare Cross, A.W. Croxton, James Davies, Sir Francis Bernard Dicksee, W. Courthorpe Forman, Frau Käthe Freiligrath, James Hamilton Fyfe, Richard Gordon, Christine M. Demain Hammond, Paul Hamilton Hayne, William Earl Hodgson, Robert Hogg, Albert Jenkins Humbert, Margaret Raine Hunt "Mrs. Alfred William Hunt", Alexander Kennedy Isbister, Edwin Jacobs, Harriet Jay, Mrs. Kathleen Kirton, F. Kraashni, Eliza M. Lynch, R. McClure, Mrs. McLane, Donald Macleod, Thomas Robert Macquoid, Edward Marston, Robert Bright Marston, Gordon S. Maxwell, David Meldrum, Guy Saint Morey, Louis Fairfax Muckley, Arthur Joseph Munby, Hugh Murray, Margaret Oliphant Wilson Oliphant, Sir Richard Owen, Eden Phillpotts, Adalgisa Pinto Leite, Agnes Maguire Pinto Leite "Mrs. Alfred Pinto Leite", "Dolly", Alfred Pinto Leite, Eva Pinto Leite, Manoël Pinto Leite, Miss Isabel Saunders, Douglas Brooke Wheelton Sladen, Sir Leslie Stephen, Alexander Balfour Symington, William Tayler, James Walter, Henry Snowden Ward, Sir Thomas Herbert Warren, Alexander Pollock Watt, Harrison William Weir.

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