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[no place]:: November 14. 1908. hardcover. 253 x 203 mm. 1 page, handwritten on watermarked paper rubber stamped. "Someries, Luton, Beds. Small ink stain. Fine.. “Dear Sir. I hope you will not take it ill if I decline to compete with Mr. H. Caine. If I ever take the public into my confidence in the matter of earnings [profits?] ... and so on, it will have to be in my own time and without referring to anyone else’s experiences. Yours faithfully, J. Conrad” This letter references Sir Thomas Henry Hall Caine Hall Caine (1853-1931), known as “Hall Caine”, the Victorian playwright. No doubt they did not get along… . 1
Title: Autograph Letter Signed to an unnamed correspondent regarding a rather tersely polite response to not speak with Hall Caine, a Victorian writer
Publisher: [no place]:, November 14: 1908
Book Condition: 253 x 203 mm. 1 page, handwritten on watermarked paper rubber stamped "Someries, Luton, Beds. Small ink stain. Fine.
lbs: 3.00 lbs
Seller ID: AA5003