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“We can do no more than try to do our best”

In December 1887, RLS had sent a copy of his ‘Memories and Portraits’ to one of the most intimate friends of his father, Rev. Archibald Charteris, asking if he could recall something memorable of Thomas Stevenson, to be used in … Continue reading

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“I know too well how difficult it is to put even two sincere lines upon paper”

[As usual, for critical edition of this letter, see Mehew 6, 1986.] To Archibald Charteris [Colvin 1911, 3, pp. 55-56] [Saranac Lake, ? December 1887] My dear Dr. Charteris, I have asked Douglas and Foulis to send you my last … Continue reading

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