Item 158 - Letter from Julius Charles Hare

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Add. MS a/77/158


Letter from Julius Charles Hare


  • 21 Aug. [1843] (Creation)

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4 pp.

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Herstmonceux - JCH has another sermon to send to WW. His 'volume advances but slowly; from time to time however stragglers make their appearance; and this is preparing the way for the opposition it will have to encounter when it becomes the property of the public & the publicans'. JCH 'wrote to Blakesley [Joseph W. Blakesley] about the Tunbridge school; but his reply indicated soreness at his not succeeding at Rugby, & declined another repulse'. Could WW give Wordsworth JCH's kindest remembrances when he sees him.

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