Sent by Alfred Russel Wallace, Rose Hill, Dorking to Editor of 'Frasers Magazine' [none given] on 24 November 1877.
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A typical letter handwritten by author in English and signed by author.
An original MS
Total Pages : 4
Pages with text: 2
Transcriber: Sloyan, Victoria
Transcription date: September 10, 2013
Scrutiny: 10/09/2013 - Catchpole, Caroline;
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The Editor of "Fraser"1
I return proofs which I only received this morning.
In consequence of the letters & proofs you sent me from Dr Carpenter2, I wrote three additional "notes" which I sent to Mess[er]s Longmans’ by Thursday evenings post. If, as the printers seem to say, these cannot now go in, please return them to me and inform Dr Carpenter of the reason I do not now notice them. If so As there are so few connections in [] the proofs I suppose it will hardly be necessary for me to see a revise. If however you get in the additional notes, & I get the proofs of them tomorrow or Monday morning, I could call at the printing office on Tuesday morning to look over complete revise, as I shall be in Town on Monday night.
Believe me | Yours truly | Alfred R. Wallace [signature]
1. Fraser’s Magazine for Town and Country was a general and literary journal published in London from 1830 to 1882.
2. Dr William Benjamin Carpenter (1813-1885), English physician and physiologist.
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