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    Robert Browning Autograph Letter Signed, one page, 4.5" x 7", Warwick, England, April 14, 1872, written to "Miss Bethel", the wife of Richard Bethell, 1st Baron of Westbury. In full: "19 Warwick Crescent, W., April 14, '72, Dear Miss Bethel, I beg to thank you, as well as Lord Westbury, for the honor of your invitation, which I accept with great pleasure. Pray believe me, Dear Miss Bethel, Yours very faithfully, Robert Browning". Browning, who died in 1889, was a great Victorian English playwright, poet, and husband of another well respected Victorian English poet, Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Lord Westbury served as Lord Chancellor of Great Britain during the early 1860s. This fine document is clean with slight browning and crisp bold ink.

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