Refers to Wallace's letters which give him solace, but to which he cannot do justice due to the amount of work he faces. He wonders whether Wallace would come and live with them for a year, and if he has ever considered emigrating to America; he hopes Johnston will come and visit them too. He mentions that he has forwarded Wallace's note to Anne, who remains at Dr Bucke's; proposes to enlist Wallace to make up the 'Last Days' article for the book [In Re Walt Whitman]; and mentions that [Thomas] Harned has promised to back the book.
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- ReferenceGB 133 Eng 1172/1/55
- Dates of Creation21 Jul 1892
- Physical Description2 sheets.