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To JAMES T. FIELDS May 10, [1861], Wheeling Mr. Fields I am sorry. I thank you for the kindness with which you veil the disappointment.[1] Whatever holier meaning life or music has for me, has reached me through the ‘pathetic minor’ – I fear…

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…

To JAMES T. FIELDS September 4, [1862], Wheeling Mr. Fields I am ashamed—but I quite forgot that I had not acknowledged the receipt of the check for Blind Tom.[1] Certainly, call it anything you like. You are immaculate in titles—only keep Mr.…

To JAMES T. FIELDS [September?, 1862], Wheeling Many thanks for Mr. Cornhill’s letter. Another time I hope we will be more successful. I should like very much to have the next story published in an English magazine if you can achieve it for me. How…

To JAMES T. FIELDS June 27, [1862], New York City My dear Mr. Fields I think this will do. I would call it M.H. & other stories as you propose— The motto for Margret will do for all.[1] I am having a very good time in New York. Mrs. Fremont[2]…

To JAMES T. FIELDS May 14, [1862], Wheeling Mr Fields I send David Gaunt by today’s mail. Won’t you let me know if you give him cordial welcome as soon as possible for if not I must stay at home and write something else. But I hope you will make…

To JAMES T. FIELDS May 1, [1862], Wheeling Mr Fields I enclose Mr. Macmillan’s[1] letter for which I thank you. Will you explain one sentence for me? When he says he would like to publish a story of mine without announcing its American origin does…

To JAMES T. FIELDS April 28, [1862], Wheeling Mr Fields Since I find this last story[1] is so long in making itself pen and ink, I feel worried at my indebtedness to you. Will you ask your book-keeper to send me word if the sale of ‘Margret’[2]…

To ANNIE ADAMS FIELDS May 1, [1863?], Philadelphia My dear Annie Here is Mr Alden’s letter—[1] Yes, I think you ought to minister to a mind diseased in that way—for you know I receive counter irritants often, and thus keep up the…

To JAMES T. FIELDS March 14[?], [1862], Washington, Pennsylvania Mr Fields I feel a little uneasy at not hearing from you in relation to the time you would like to have the new story.[1] I find I must divide it into two parts–for two nos. Will you…
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