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Sent by:
Alfred Russel Wallace
Sent to:
William Allingham
On:
25 November 1877

Sent by Alfred Russel Wallace, Rose Hill, Dorking to William Allingham [none given] on 25 November 1877.

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18 July 2013 by Catchpole, Caroline

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LETTER (WCP5381.6091)

A typical letter handwritten by author in English and signed by author.

Held by:
Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Finding number:
William Allingham Collection: Box 2, Folder 299
Copyright owner:
ŠA. R. Wallace Literary Estate

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[[1]]

Rosehill, Dorking.

Nov[embe]r.25th. 1877

Dear Sir

I return you Dr. Carpenter’s1 letters. I sent the "Notes" to Pat[ernoster]. Row2 thinking to save time as I felt sure there would be some one[sic] there to open letters addressed to the "Editor" & send the MSS. to the printer.

The proof only reached me yesterday (Saturday) morning and I returned it corrected at noon.

Tomorrow (Monday) I go to town at 6pm. so if there are any proofs of the notes ready they had [[2]] better be sent me by messenger early in the afternoon & I will return them at once. If not ready I could call at the printing office on Tuesday morning if I get a note or a telegram to that effect addressed to me at

13, Notting Hill Terrace

Bayswater Road. W.

where I shall be till about 10 on Tuesday morning.

Believe me | yours faithfully | Alfred R. Wallace [signature]

W. Allingham Esq.3

ENDNOTES

1. Dr William Benjamin Carpenter (1813-1885), English physician and physiologist.

2. The location of the Fraser’s Magazine for Town and Country office.

3. William Allingham (1824-1889), Irish poet and editor of Fraser’s Magazine for Town and Country.

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