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“Jekyll was conceived, written, re-written, re-rewritten, and printed inside ten weeks”

[As usual, for correct and critical edition of this letter, see Mehew 5, 1567.] To F.W.H. Myers [Colvin 1912, pp. 212-213] Skerryvore, Bournemouth, March 1st, 1886 My dear Sir, I know not how to thank you: this is as handsome … Continue reading

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‘Vixerunt nonnulli in agris, delectati re sua familiari’

RLS and Fanny were married on 19 May 1880 by the Revd William Anderson Scott, a Scots Presbyterian minister, at his home in Post Street, San Francisco. After staying 3 days at the Palace Hotel, they left San Francisco. on … Continue reading

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