The Letters of John Ruskin : Envelope containing letters, newspaper cuttings and ephemera

Ruskin, Margaret, 1781-1871, Black, Adam, 1784-1874

The Letters of John Ruskin

<p style='text-align: justify;'> Envelope inscribed [by Ruskin] containing a letter from his Mother, Margaret Ruskin, reminiscences of Charles Dickens farewell reading, and a letter sent to him by [unknown] on his 51st birthday. There are There are 2 tickets to Charles Dickens Farewell Readings, 27th April 1869, an engraving cut from a newspaper of Dickens at his final reading. There is a letter from Margaret Ruskin [13 Apr 1865] telling of Joan Agnew's departure for Scotland and the hope that she would return to Denmark Hill to live, and a letter from Adam Black, publisher of the Encyclopedia Britannica and politician], praising work by Ruskin and discussing Black’s views. Also included is an envelope addressed to ‘Dr John Brown or Dickens’. </p>

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