Letter, 1856 Apr. 21.


Browning, Elizabeth Barrett, 1806-1861. Letter, 1856 Apr. 21.

Letter, 1856 Apr. 21.

Letter written by Browning, from Paris, France, to George William Curtis (member of the Brook Farm community in West Roxbury, Mass., and later editor of Harpers magazine), thanking Curtis for books and letters sent to the Brownings in Paris and congratulating him on his engagement to Anna Shaw.

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