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“… but if a tin of Margarita and a mass of cigarette papers came by post…”

[Dots between square brackets indicate cuts made by Will H. Low. For full, correct and critical edition of this letter, see Mehew 6, 1922.] To Will H. Low [Low, A Chronicle of friendship, 1908, pp. 398-9] [Saranac Lake, 24 October … 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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