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Swinburne, Algernon Charles, 1837-1909

 Person

Found in 31 Collections and/or Records:

A.C. Swinburne to "Dear Madam," 25 August 1902

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 52, Item: 13
Scope and Contents Responds to request for theatrical information: "I should be happy if I could be of any service to any friend of George Powell’s. But I know nothing of the stage or of the costume proper to a heroine of Villon’s, and no portrait of the lady who undertakes the part would help me to any suggestion. So I can only send you both my best wishes for her success."

A.C. Swinburne to "Dear Sir"

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 54, Item: 2
Scope and Contents Writes, “I return the title page with corrections. Having mislaid Mr. Halliwell’s address, I must give you the trouble of sending it again and I have to write to him at once. Can you let me know, as I cannot find his letter to see, whether he now habitually uses the official name of The Phillipino or not?" Sender's address marked as Hollingbury Copse, Brighton.

A.C. Swinburne to "Dear Sir," 11 November 1886

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 52, Item: 7
Scope and Contents Asks where he "could get a copy of the pamphlet you inquire for." He has not had one "for many years."

Letter has no sender's address.

A.C. Swinburne to "Dear Sir," 30 October 1906

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 52, Item: 16
Scope and Contents States that he has "never written on the subject of Herodias" though "the legend ... is, of course, familiar."

A.C. Swinburne to "Dear Sir," 6 October 1895

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 52, Item: 11

A.C. Swinburne to "Dear Sir," 7 January 1881

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 52, Item: 4
Scope and Contents Requests that a note be inserted into "next week's number of the Academy." Letter is addressed to "the Editor of the Academy."

A.C. Swinburne to "Dear Sir," 8 October 1901

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 52, Item: 12
Scope and Contents Thanks receipient "for sending me the notes from my grandfather. He was 91, not 94, in 1853. The latter date must have been a slip of the pen or a lapse of memory, unless all other records of his age are wrong. He died in the summer of 1860."

A.C. Swinburne to "Dear Sir," 9 July 1880

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 52, Item: 3
Scope and Contents Thanks letter recipient for "your father's pamphlet" and offers to distribute copies: "If I can find any other means of furthering his aim ... I shall be happy to avail myself of them."

A.C. Swinburne to F. [Frederick] Langbridge, 25 December 1882

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 52, Item: 5
Scope and Contents Informs Langbridge that he may "make use of the extract you specify." However, he adds, "I should have thought the breaking-off in the middle at once of a line and of a sentence rather ungracefully abrupt but that is your concern."