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James Ripley Osgood letters 1876, 1886.

Auteur: James R Osgood
Editie/Formaat:   Archiefmateriaal : Manuscript : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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In a letter, 1876 Nov 7, Osgood writes to "Peckham" that a "passage in your letter of October 31st contains these words: 'I believe that he (Julian Hawthorne) thinks that Osgood has injured him as much at Harper's of late as he formerly helped him.'" Osgood is at a loss to know what Hawthorne meant by this and wants an explanation "as this is outside of business and personal to myself."
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Genre/Vorm: Letters (Correspondence)
Genoemd persoon: Julian Hawthorne
Genre: Manuscript
Soort document: Archiefmateriaal
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: James R Osgood
OCLC-nummer: 221672043
Opmerkingen: Forms part of the Clifton Waller Barrett Library.
Beschrijving: 2 items.

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In a letter, 1876 Nov 7, Osgood writes to "Peckham" that a "passage in your letter of October 31st contains these words: 'I believe that he (Julian Hawthorne) thinks that Osgood has injured him as much at Harper's of late as he formerly helped him.'" Osgood is at a loss to know what Hawthorne meant by this and wants an explanation "as this is outside of business and personal to myself."

In a letter, [18]86 Mar 16, Osgood writes to "Parker" that J. W. H[arper?] is absent at Old Point Comfort. Mr. Seymour has sent in an advertisement. He thanks him for his congratulations on his 50th birthday, which he reciprocates. He will spend a week in Boston in April and will see Parker then. He has "taken my passage" in the "City of Rome" in April.

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