Scope and arrangement
Autograph verse from his poem, "The Angel in the House," signed : [no date] : (MISC 1305) : [no place] : 1 p. (single sheet); four lines; begins, "Who pleasure follows pleasure slays ...".|||To William Allingham, poet : 3 letters : -- 1 autograph letter signed :  : (MISC 1411a) : from British Museum : begins, "You will receive with this the proof-sheets of the first volume of my Poem ..." -- 1 autograph letter signed : "Monday" [Nov 1854] : (MISC 1411b) : [no place] : begins, "Received yours of the 27th. Let me hear when you have read the Poem again ..." -- 1 autograph letter signed : [ca. 1854?] : (MISC 1411c) : [no place] : begins, "Many thanks for your suggestions ..." All letters to Allingham are mounted in the album of Fifty-nine Autograph letters to William Allingham. Shelved with bound manuscripts under "Allingham.".|||To an unidentified recipient : 1 autograph letter signed to "My Dear Sir" : [no date] : (MISC 1894) : from Southampton St. : begins, "John Wade, I understand, is the editor of the 'New Bell's Messenger.' It will be worth while, I think, to send him a copy. I took Mr. L[eigh] Hunt a copy ...".