R.H. Horne correspondence, 1847-1877. (Archival material, 1847) [WorldCat.org]
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R.H. Horne correspondence, 1847-1877.

Author: R H Horne; Margaret Gillies; Mary Gillies; Catherine St George Foggo Horne
Publisher: 1847-1877.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Summary:
The collection consists of letters by Richard Hengist Horne (most of which were written from Australia) and letters to Horne from his wife, Catherine Clare St. George Foggo Horne, and from Margaret and Mary Gillies, among others. There are letters and documents in the collection concerning Horne's separation and divorce, and some of the letters discuss other authors, including Charles Dickens.
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Genre/Form: Letters (correspondence)
Personal correspondence
Correspondence
Named Person: Charles Dickens; Margaret Gillies; R H Horne; Mary Gillies; Catherine St George Foggo Horne; Charles Dickens; Margaret Gillies; R H Horne
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: R H Horne; Margaret Gillies; Mary Gillies; Catherine St George Foggo Horne
OCLC Number: 122369262
Description: 71 pieces 1 box

Abstract:

The collection consists of letters by Richard Hengist Horne (most of which were written from Australia) and letters to Horne from his wife, Catherine Clare St. George Foggo Horne, and from Margaret and Mary Gillies, among others. There are letters and documents in the collection concerning Horne's separation and divorce, and some of the letters discuss other authors, including Charles Dickens.

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