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Traubel reports that [John H.] Johnston in New York has received a letter from Tennyson acknowledging receipt of some papers sent to his home on the Isle of Wight; outlines his opinions on the work of [John Addington] Symonds; refers to the departure of the old generation, and the constant reminders of Whitman he finds in each face he sees; muses on life, and sends news of Anne and the child [Gertrude].

Dated at: Camden [New Jersey, USA].