Letter from Grace Greenwood to James Fields, Aug 26, 
Fields should place an advertisement for the book in the Transcript for three alternate days. Greenwood stresses the importance of this endeavor. When the notice appears he should send Anna Phillips 12 copies by express.
Greenwood will not be married until late in the fall.
CreditHuntington Library, James Thomas Fields Papers and Addenda
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[page 4 – included on page 1] here. There may come in a bill and a box for for me from Bigelows, before I return. if so, will you settle it and charge to me.
In haste, but as ever truly yours
I have just received the +++ +++ [inserted] +++ Hoax. capital [?]. N. B. When the notice appears in the Transcript please send by express, 12 copies to Miss Anna Phillips West Lynn
[page 1] Dear Fields. We find that we must leave Boston for Albany at 8 o'clock tomorrow morning, and so shall not be able to see you. yet I shall report myself at once on my return. two weeks hence. In the meantime perhaps you had best advertise the book as "Haps and Mishaps of a year in
[page 2] Europe. or if you prefer it. of Foreign Travel.— though I think the first best and now may I ask a favor of you. Will you send the accompanying advertisement to the Transcript for three insertions on alternate days. and will you preface or accompany it with a few lines
[page 3] in the very [sic] of a favorable notice
Much depends upon the success of this little undertaking, and I am sure you will do all in your power to help us
I am not to be married until late in the fall. But this entre nous. Love to dear Mr. Ticknor when you write
Please direct the bill for advertising to be sent to me