Autograph letter signed : Ashestiel, near Melrose, to George Ellis, 1808 Oct. 8.

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Scott, Walter, Sir, 1771-1832. Autograph letter signed : Ashestiel, near Melrose, to George Ellis, 1808 Oct. 8.

Autograph letter signed : Ashestiel, near Melrose, to George Ellis, 1808 Oct. 8.

Refuting Weber's rumors concerning Scott and a new edition of romances and saying that "Swift is my grande opus at present" and that he is engaged to write a life of Thompson. Noting that he has completed an edition of State Papers of Sir Ralph Sadler, has arranged for republication the early volumes of Somers's Tracts.

1 item (3 p., with address) ; 24.3 cm.

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