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To Charles Bolles, printer : 1 autograph letter signed : 20 Apr [between 1849 and 1852] : (MISC 0830) : [no place] : begins, "You can begin printing from any edition of Keats's poems -- putting the 'Endymion' first as it now stands." Lowell's edition of Keats was printed by Bolles's partner, H. O. Houghton, in 1854, two years after Bolles left the firm; the letter was formerly laid into the Pforzheimer copy of that book.|||To Alastair P. Gordon Cumming : 11 Jan 1886 : (MISC 4023.47e) : from Deerfoot Farm, Southborough, Mass. : on mourning stationery; begins, "I pray you to accept my very sincere thanks for your kindness in forwarding to me the souvenir of Lord & Lady Middleton ..." Mounted in the Mary Ann Humble autograph album. Shleved with oversized manuscript volumes.