Letter from Aubrey de Vere, Curragh Chase, to William Angus Knight, 1883 January 23 : autograph manuscript signed. (Book, 1883) [WorldCat.org]
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Letter from Aubrey de Vere, Curragh Chase, to William Angus Knight, 1883 January 23 : autograph manuscript signed.

Author: Aubrey De Vere; William Angus Knight
Publisher: Adare, Ireland, 1883 January 23.
Edition/Format:   Manuscript   Archival Material : English
Publication:Letters from Aubrey de Vere to William Angus Knight (MA 22706) item 6
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Expressing pleasure that Mr. Arnold and Lord Coleridge will be reading papers at the next meeting of the Wordsworth Society; offering to send a paper to be read at the meeting as he will not be in London in May; thanking him for his offer to send letters "from my dear Friend Mrs. H. N. Coleridge. She was the woman of the highest intellectual faculties I have ever met, & the most remarkable leaning; - & yet her  Read more...
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Named Person: Matthew Arnold; John Duke Coleridge Coleridge, Baron; William Wordsworth; Matthew Arnold; John Duke Coleridge Coleridge, Baron; William Wordsworth
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Aubrey De Vere; William Angus Knight
OCLC Number: 270863727
Notes: From the collection of William Angus Knight.
Written from "Curragh Chase, / Adare."
Description: 1 item (4 pages) ; 17.9 x 11.3 cm

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Expressing pleasure that Mr. Arnold and Lord Coleridge will be reading papers at the next meeting of the Wordsworth Society; offering to send a paper to be read at the meeting as he will not be in London in May; thanking him for his offer to send letters "from my dear Friend Mrs. H. N. Coleridge. She was the woman of the highest intellectual faculties I have ever met, & the most remarkable leaning; - & yet her modesty was as striking as those great gifts;" saying he is glad Knight is writing a life of Wordsworth; adding that he has no personal reminiscences of the poet "fit for publication."

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