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|Named Person:||John Keats; Tommaso Sgricci; John Keats; Tommaso Sgricci|
|Document Type:||Book, Archival Material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Percy Bysshe Shelley; Claire Clairmont; Pauline Clairmont; H Buxton Forman
|Notes:||The final page is written on a leaf on which Shelley had begun a letter to John Keats. It reads only: "My dear Keats, I learn this moment that you are at Naples, and that..." The two lines have been cancelled by Shelley, and the only complete extant letter from Shelley to Keats (27 July 1820) is now at Harvard.
Address panel with seal and postmarks and addressed to "Miss Clairmont / presso al Sige Proffe Bojti / dirmpetto Palazzo Pitti / Firenze."
Location and date of writing inferred from postmarks and from Jones.
See collection files for a description of the letter from the H. Buxton Forman sale catalogue (Mar. 15, 1920).
Part of a collection of letters from Percy Bysshe Shelley. Items in the collection have been cataloged individually in separate records; see related collection-level record for more information.
|Description:||1 item (6 p., with address) ; 24.8 cm|