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“Herewith goes my new book, … I hope you will like it: I do”

[For correct and critical edition of this letter, see Mehew 5, 1654.] To Alison Cunningham [Colvin 1912, p. 216] [Bournemouth, 16 July, 1886] My dear Cummy, Herewith goes my new book, in which you will find some places that you … Continue reading

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That is where I am; next day he is to be put ashore in Appin, and be present at Colin Campbell’s death

The novel Kidnapped, telling the adventures of  David Balfour, had at this time just been taken up again, and the writer explained the course of the story to his father, who had taken the deepest interest in it since they visited … Continue reading

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