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“Your ever attached …”

Below follows Marlies Reitsma’s second blogpost: I remembered seeing an unusual subscription in a letter written by Elizabeth Barrett Browning a while ago. I searched for the subscription again in the digital collection of the Browning Letters and found it: Your ever … Continue reading

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A final Adieu

Ilse Daalhof wrote the following blogpost, on the correspondence of Sir Joseph Banks, which she has been studying: In the week we were looking at opening and closing statements of letters, I stumbled onto what appeared to me a unique closing … Continue reading

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