Autograph letter signed with initials : place not specified, to J.W. Parker, undated [1849 or later].

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Kingsley, Charles, 1819-1875. Autograph letter signed with initials : place not specified, to J.W. Parker, undated [1849 or later].

Autograph letter signed with initials : place not specified, to J.W. Parker, undated [1849 or later].

Criticizing an unidentified work that Parker sent him to review, noting "I am very sorry you sent me the MSS. for I hate pronouncing on a woman's work -- especially when perhaps poor thing, her bread depends on it." Referencing an upcoming piece on Bulwer-Lytton and praising his The Caxtons as "absolutely the best novel extant in the English language."

1 item (4 p.) ; 18 cm.

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