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Fred Pollock [probably Sir Jonathan Frederick Pollock (1783-1870)], 1869

 File — Box: 1, Folder: C:12-16


  • Creation: 1869


4 letters:

Hatton, Hounslow, 14 June 1869, 4 pages (1 sheet)
Reading "Landor"--I knew almost everybody, but Law left me no time for science and literature. Opinion of work of Landor and Southey.
Hatton, 14 June 1869, 4 pages (1 sheet)
Getting towards the end.
Hatton, 16 June 1869, 4 pages (1 sheet)
Article on "Landor" in a weekly paper. Anecdote on Pollock's not quarrelling with Mawman[?] and Parr.
Hatton, 25 June 1869, 4 pages (1 sheet)
Now in Vol. 2. A lawyer at nisi prius cannot think intensely. I shall read Landor and mend. Come and see how time has improved our trees.
Hatton, 30 June 1869, 4 pages (1 sheet)
Fascinated by L's Imaginary Conversations. Etymology of "other guess." Burke could not have been Junius.

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