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The audible haunting of an incarnate anger about the house

‘John Knox’ and ‘J.K.’ herein mentioned are the two papers on John Knox and his Relations with Women, first printed in Manmillan’s Magazine and afterwards in Familiar Studies of Men and Books. [Dots between square brackets indicate cuts made by … Continue reading

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A cousin of these ladies is come to stay with them – Prince Léon Galitzin

If only we could find one of those photographes taken at Menton in February-March 1874… The paper on Roads, RLS’s first paid publication, has been printed under the name L.S. Stoneven in Portfolio, Dec. 1873. Prince Lev Sergeyevich Golitzin (1845-1915) … Continue reading

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We have all been getting photographed

… and we haven’t found those photos… yet! Madame Zassetsky is the Russian princess wintering at Menton with her sister and kids, in a villa near RLS’s hotel. The first reference to RLS’s moustache. [Dots between square brackets indicate cuts … Continue reading

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They have both husbands, and they are in Russia

William Murray, Sollicitor in the Supreme Court, is the father of RLS’s friend William Hugh Murray. With reference to the political allusions: this is the date of Mr. Gladstone’s dissolution, followed by his defeat at the polls notwithstanding his declared … Continue reading

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I think it must be the cold outside

It has been a very cold Christmas at Monaco and Monte Carlo, and Stevenson has no adequate overcoat, so it is agreed that when Colvin goes to Paris he shall try and find him a warm cloak or wrap. Colvin … Continue reading

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