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    Alfred Tennyson Autograph Letter Signed. "A. Tennyson". One page, bifolium, docketed on the verso, 4.5" x 7". Kensington, London; February 16, 1866. To Lady Heytesbury, the Poet Laureate of Great Britain and Ireland writes, in part: "There is I fear little chance of our meeting at present as we shall not be in town after Easter...I send you autographs, begging you to believe me."
    Condition: Smoothed folds, with light toning, some staining at the left margin and integral blank, and bleeding to some of the ink.


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    April, 2016
    5th Tuesday
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