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  • Tags: “The Promise of Dawn”

To JAMES T. FIELDS December 2, [1862], Wheeling Received of Messrs Ticknor & Fields $120 for mss of Promise of the Dawn R. B. Harding Is that ship-shape? I would have sent it sooner but I was out of town when it came—up in Pennsylvania. That is…

To JAMES T. FIELDS November 10, [1862], Wheeling Mr. Fields Your “bow-wow”[1] letter was good and cordial inasmuch as it said very plainly— “good friends we are”— You will try and obtain an opening for me in England? I am especially anxious for…

To JAMES T. FIELDS November 3, [1862], Wheeling Mr. Fields. Forgive me for leaving your note so long unanswered. I accept your offer to write for the Atlantic exclusively for this (coming) year at 8 dollars a page. But if we can arrange for my…

To JAMES T. FIELDS October 20, [1862], Wheeling My dear friend Here is the Christmas story, [1] which I hope you will like. I am sure my heart never wrote one as much before. I received Annie’s letter the other day, it must have crossed mine. I am so…

To ANNIE ADAMS FIELDSDecember 6, 1862, Wheeling                I meant to write to you dear Annie as soon as I returned from Pa.[1] but have been prevented from one day to another—I wish you and Mr. Fields could have been with me up at that wedding…

To ANNIE ADAMS FIELDSOctober 25, 1862, Wheeling  Dear Annie I wrote to you after you left home and meant to sit down and have a long talk with you, but a young lady friend dropped in on me—one of those exigeant people who absorb every moment—you…
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