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Autograph letter signed with initials : place not specified, to William Allingham, Monday [1854 Apr. 24].

Author: Dante Gabriel Rossetti; William Allingham
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
Publication:Letters from Dante Gabriel Rossetti to William Allingham (MA 381) item 3
Database:WorldCat
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Supposing that Allingham has "gone to bask in the Southon ray" and mentioning that he will not follow because he feels "very sick" and "moreover lunched late today with Ruskin." Reporting that they "read half the Day & Night Songs together," and that Rossetti gave him a book, with which Ruskin "was most delighted and said some of it was heavenly." Mentioning Miss S[iddal], Bessie P[arkes], Anna Mary [Howitt] and  Read more...
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Named Person: John Ruskin; Elizabeth Siddall; Bessie Rayner Belloc; Anna Mary Howitt; Barbara Leigh Smith Bodichon; Bessie Rayner Belloc; Barbara Leigh Smith Bodichon; Anna Mary Howitt; John Ruskin; Elizabeth Siddall
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Dante Gabriel Rossetti; William Allingham
OCLC Number: 707494430
Notes: Address panel to "W. Allingham Esq / & c & c & c & c / & c & c &c."
Dated "Monday, 1/2 past 6 o'clock" by Rossetti; detailed dating from Fredeman.
Part of a large collection of letters from Dante Gabriel Rossetti primarily to William Allingham. Letters have been cataloged individually; see collection-level record for more information.
Description: 1 item (1 p., with address) ; 19.8 cm.

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Supposing that Allingham has "gone to bask in the Southon ray" and mentioning that he will not follow because he feels "very sick" and "moreover lunched late today with Ruskin." Reporting that they "read half the Day & Night Songs together," and that Rossetti gave him a book, with which Ruskin "was most delighted and said some of it was heavenly." Mentioning Miss S[iddal], Bessie P[arkes], Anna Mary [Howitt] and Barbara S[mith]; suggesting that he and Allingham go to the Hermitage together.

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