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6. By and to others (by author, then by date) [subseries]:
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Campbell, James -- Feb. 11, 1858
  1. ALS to William Greenwell
  2. Brunswick Sq., Rinkdale My dear Mr. Greenwell My father has sent you
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Clark & Macdonald -- Jan. 6, 1899
  1. AL [copy] to R.S. Garnett
  2. Edinburgh Dear Sir, Duncan & Hueffer/We are this morning favoured with yours of 4th
  3. 7 ll.
  4. With copies of the following letters: L.W. Laurotte to Claggett Brachi, January 9, 1899; R.W. Noakes to R.S. Garnett, January 8, 1899; Chas. Clayton to Garnett, January 10, 1899; R.S. Garnett to Clark & Macdonald, January 7, 1899; Clark & Macdonald to R.S. Garnett, January 10, 1899; R.S. Garnett to Clark & Macdonald, January 10, 1899.
  5. Concerned with the affairs of Oliver Hueffer, Ford Madox Ford's brother.


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City Coroner's Office (London) -- July 15, 1930
  1. TL [copy] to Mrs. Shilton
  2. London Dear Madam, I regret that pressure of work
  3. 1 l.
  4. Written and signed by F. J. Waldo.


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City Coroner's Office (London) (continued) -- July 15, 1930
  1. Concerns death of Mrs. Rossetti and a request by Hunt.


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Coghill, H. A. -- Sept. 4, 1926
  1. ALS to Miss Dodd
  2. Castletownshead Dear Miss Dodd It was very kind of you/to write
  3. 1 l. + 2
  4. The photograph of Mr. & Mrs. A. C. Coghill which was enclosed with this letter is now housed in Box 19, Folder 35.
  5. With newspaper photograph of Mr. & Mrs. Nevill Coghill.


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Coghill, Nevill, 1899- -- [1917-1918]
  1. ALS to Miss Dodd
  2. Athlone, Ireland Dear Miss Dodd Mother sent your letter/on
  3. 2 ll.


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Deverell, Wykeham -- Feb. 18, 1906
  1. AL [copy] S to Frederic George Stephenus
  2. City Liberal Club, Walbrook, E.C. Dear Stephenus I was glad to see in/the Times
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. Wykeham Deverell was Walter Howell Deverell's brother.


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Divckbank, William -- [n.d.]
  1. AL [frag.] S to [?]
  2. [n.p.] ...left quarter...both appear
  3. 1 l.
  4. With fragment of a drawing on the verso.


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Eastlake, Charles Lock, Sir, 1793-1865. -- Dec. 16, 1854
  1. ALS to Alfred Edward Chalon
  2. 7 Fitzroy Sq. My dear Sir Your academic friends/have all
  3. 1 l.


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Fogg-Elliot, Amerye Margaret -- [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Rosamund Fogg-Elliot Wilkinson
  2. Elvet Hill, Durham My dear Rosamond Where is Mammy/Baby is a bad
  3. 2 ll.


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Gaskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn, 1810-1865. -- June 26 [n.y.]
  1. ALS to Dora Greenwell


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Gaskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn, 1810-1865 (continued) -- June 26 [n.y.]
  1. Plymouth Grove My dear Miss Greenwell I am afraid I/am not a very good person
  2. 3 ll.


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Grant, Francis, Sir, 1803-1878. -- [n.d.]
  1. AL [frag.] S to [?]
  2. [n.p.] ...my picture of the Duke/very
  3. 1 l.
  4. With sketch by Grant in the letter and response by [?] written at the end of the letter.


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Grant, Francis, Sir, 1803-1878. -- [n.d.]
  1. AL [frag.] S to [?]
  2. [n.p.] ...my visit wont be half so/jolly
  3. 1 l.
  4. With sketch by Grant in the letter.


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Hale, William Hale, 1795-1870. -- Apr. 1850
  1. AL [copy] to Mr. Brockedon
  2. Charterhouse Dear - (Mr Brockedon) You lately urged me to reduce into order
  3. 10 ll.
  4. With copy of paper enclosed in the letter.


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Hamilton, John D. -- Apr. 18, 1926
  1. TL [copy] to Stewart Marsh Ellis
  2. Glasgow Dear Sir The anecdote of Lord Westbury and Tessy
  3. 2 ll.
  4. With another letter from Hamilton to Ellis, dated April 24, 1926. Stewart Marsh Ellis was the author of Mainly Victorian (London, 1925), mentioned in the letters.


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La Fevriere, Maude -- Nov. 11 [1925]
  1. ALS to Miss Dodd
  2. Walford, Ross on Wye Dear Miss Dodd Your kind &/sympathetic letter has
  3. 2 ll. + 2.
  4. With envelope.
  5. The photograph of unidentified woman which was enclosed with the letter is now housed in Box 19, Folder 10.


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[M.] -- [n.d.]
  1. ALS [init.] to Howard
  2. [n.p.] Dearest H. Many thanks, so glad you're resting.
  3. 1 l.


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Marzials, Theophilus, 1850-1920 -- 1879-1883, [n.d.]
  1. Typed copies of letters and fragments of letters to [Cyril Davenport?]
  2. 15 ll. + 1
  3. With folder which originally housed these typescripts and other material Violet Hunt was collecting.


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Morris, William, 1834-1896. -- Jan. 10, 1883
  1. ALS to ?
  2. Kelmscott House, Hammersmith Dear Sir I should think that/our carpet room
  3. 2 ll.


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Mueller, Sophus -- Nov. 30, 1871
  1. ALS to William Greenwell
  2. Dublin Dear Sir You ask me, if I know anything
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Pollock, Walter Herries, 1850-1926. -- Apr. 6, 1894
  1. ALS to [M?] Coutts
  2. South Lodge Dear [M?] Coutts I am so glad you/liked the article.
  3. 2 ll. + 2
  4. With brief biography of Pollock.


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[Ponsonby?], Henry -- Apr. 5, 1887
  1. ALS to W.G. Cusins
  2. Cannes Dear Sir The Queen will/be happy to accept
  3. 2 ll.
  4. Concerns the dedication of Francis Hueffer's work on "The Half Century of Music in England."


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Rimmer, Thomas -- Oct. 30, 1859
  1. ALS to William [Rimmer?]
  2. Montreal My dear Will It is a long time since anything
  3. 2 ll.


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Ronge, Johannes -- June 27, 1857
  1. ALS to Latitia Scott
  2. Birmingham Dear friend, Since I have not written to you it is a long time past.
  3. 2 ll. + 1
  4. With envelope.


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Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- May 30, 1887
  1. TL [copy] to Albert Fleming
  2. Waterhead My dear Fleming I, know you would do all you could for me
  3. 1 l. + 2
  4. With another typed copy containing notes by Violet Hunt and a handwritten copy made by Margaret Hunt.


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Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- June 4, 1887
  1. TL [copy] to Albert Fleming
  2. Kate Raven's Dear Fleming It is entirely wonderful and dreadful
  3. 1 l.


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Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- June 6, 1887
  1. TL [copy] to Albert Fleming
  2. Kate Raven's Dearest Albert, I have had as much comfort from your letter
  3. 1 l.


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Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- June 20, 1887
  1. TL [copy] to Albert Fleming
  2. Brantwood, Coniston Dearest Albert, I send you the first notes for preface and title page
  3. 1 l. + 2
  4. With handwritten copy made by Margaret Hunt.


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Ruskin, John, 1819-1900. -- [n.d.]
  1. AL [copy] to Miss Folly
  2. [n.p.] My dear Madam I am obliged to you for your
  3. 1 l.
  4. In Margaret Hunt's hand.


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Scott, William Bell, 1811-1890. -- June 15, 1865
  1. ALS to Horace Harrall
  2. Ayrshire My Dear Harrall I told the clerk/at the Newcastle Chronicle
  3. 2 ll. + 1


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Scott, William Bell, 1811-1890. (continued) -- June 15, 1865
  1. With envelope.


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Simpson, W. Sparrow (William Sparrow), 1828-1897. -- Nov. 28, 1889
  1. ALS to George J. Murray
  2. 9, Amen Court, E.C. Dear Sir I will bear in mind
  3. 2 ll.


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Simpson, W. Sparrow (William Sparrow), 1828-1897. -- Nov. 30, 1889
  1. ALS to George J. Murray
  2. 9, Amen Court, E.C. My dear Sir Here are the Gazettes.
  3. 2 ll.


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Smith, Sydney -- Oct. 26, 1843
  1. ALS to ?
  2. 56 Greer St. My dear Sir I am very glad you approve
  3. 2 ll.


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South London Fine Art Gallery, Reading Room and Lecture Hall -- Aug. 2, 1899
  1. ALS to Frederic Shields
  2. South London Dear Sir Thank you for your letter. I hope
  3. 2 ll.
  4. Written and signed by W[illiam] Rossiter.


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Stephens, Frederick George, 1828-1907. -- Feb. 17, 1906
  1. L [Printed] S to [Walter Howell] Deverell
  2. 9, Hammersmith Terrace, W. Dear Deverell In his recently published autobiography Mr. Holman Hunt
  3. 2 ll.


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Swinburne, Edward -- May 31, 1889
  1. ALS to Theodore Watts
  2. 20 Ennismore Gardens Dear Watts, My Mother has shown me the letter from/Longbourne
  3. 2 ll.


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W., R. -- Apr. 2, 1925
  1. ALS [init.] to Annie Child
  2. 3 Elm Ct. Dear Child, I shall come along
  3. 2 ll. + 1


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W., R. (continued) -- Apr. 2, 1925
  1. With note on verso by Violet Hunt and with another leaf with note in an unidentified hand.
  2. Annie Child was Violet Hunt's maid.


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Wilkinson, Rosamund Fogg-Elliot -- [n.d.]
  1. ALS to Amerye Fogg-Elliot
  2. Ilkley, Yorkshire My dearest Amerye. That is the nicest/letter
  3. 2 ll.


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Wilkinson, Rosamund Fogg-Elliot -- Oct. 26, 1903
  1. ALS to Amerye Fogg-Elliot
  2. Ilkley, Yorkshire My dearest Amerye, I did/enjoy my walk with Aunt Violet
  3. 2 ll.