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Autograph letter : Pisa, to Lady Noel Byron, 1846 Oct. 15.

Author: Jameson, Mrs.Charles DickensHarriet MartineauAnne Isabella Milbanke Byron Byron, BaronessRalph Milbanke Lovelace, Earl ofAll authors
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
Publication:Anna Jameson collection of letters (MA 1325) letter 5
Database:WorldCat
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Reporting that she and the Brownings have arrived in Pisa; noting that the passage by sea was stormy and she "suffered so dreadfully" that she has "not yet recovered"; expressing her concerns about the Brownings and saying, "I have had now & then a tremour at my heart about their future"; calling Browning "the most impractical of men, the most uncalculating, rash, in short the worst manager I ever met with";  Read more...
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Named Person: Robert Browning; Elizabeth Barrett Browning; Elizabeth Barrett Browning; Robert Browning
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Jameson, Mrs.; Charles Dickens; Harriet Martineau; Anne Isabella Milbanke Byron Byron, Baroness; Ralph Milbanke Lovelace, Earl of; Robert Browning; Curtis Hidden Page
OCLC Number: 647795927
Notes: With postmark and seal.
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Part of a collection of five letters from Anna Jameson to Lady Noel Byron (MA 1325.1-5) and two letters from Ralph Gordon Noel King, 2nd Earl of Lovelace and grandson of Lady Byron, to Robert Browning (MA 1325.6-7). Items in the collection are described in individual records (MA 1325.1-7).
Description: 1 item (4 p., with address) ; 22.3 cm.

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Reporting that she and the Brownings have arrived in Pisa; noting that the passage by sea was stormy and she "suffered so dreadfully" that she has "not yet recovered"; expressing her concerns about the Brownings and saying, "I have had now & then a tremour at my heart about their future"; calling Browning "the most impractical of men, the most uncalculating, rash, in short the worst manager I ever met with"; discussing her plans to stay in Italy for a month and to find an art instructor for her niece; mentioning Dickens, Harriet Martineau, and others; saying that she has just seen Elizabeth Barrett Browning and is "full of hope for her."

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