Matthew Arnold correspondence, 1790-1889.

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Arnold, Matthew, 1822-1888. Matthew Arnold correspondence, 1790-1889.

Matthew Arnold correspondence, 1790-1889.

Correspondence, pasted into volume, consisting chiefly of letters to Matthew Arnold. Noteworthy correspondents include Robert Browning, Henry James, Benjamin Jowett, James Russell Lowell, John H. Newman, Florence Nightingale, Daniel O'Connell, Ouida, John Ruskin, Robert Southey, William Makepeace Thackeray, and William Wightman. There is also some third-party correspondence, including a letter from William Wordsworth to Arnold's father, Thomas Arnold, and two letters to Arnold's daughter, Nelly. With seven autograph letters signed laid in. Volume inscribed: "To dear Nelly from her affectionate father Matthew Arnold. October 8th 1881."

1 v. (circa 212 p.) ; 24 cm.

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