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“Try to believe in our continued existence”

[For full, correct and critical edition of this letter see Mehew 6, 2184.] To Lady Taylor [Colvin 1912, pp. 260-1] Honolulu, June 19th, 1889. My dear Lady Taylor, Our new home, the Equator, trading schooner, rides at the buoy to-night, … Continue reading

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It is a world full of surprises, a romantic world… I was known there; even I

The address, ‘Printing Office Davos’, was actually printed by LLoyd, RLS’s stepson, on much of the writing paper used at this period. Some of the habitual readers of Young Folks had written objecting to the early instalments of Treasure Island, … Continue reading

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