Letter from Grace Greenwood to James Fields, Oct 8, 1852
Delf and Imbner have imported some of Greenwood's books and copies for Mary Howitt. Fields should send Imbner some copies in return.
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[page 4 – included on page 1] grateful and sisterly affection you have always with you
Kindest regards to the Whipples and other friends. God bless you dear friend
[page 1] Dear Fields.
I rejoiced to hear that you had landed on the other side safely, but grieved to learn that you had again suffered so horribly. Did you follow the directions I sent you from Sir Philip Crampton [?] just before you sailed? you see by the date of this, that I am with our dear good
[page 2] friends the Bennochs. I had a very happy time in Ireland and a glorious litter tour in Scotland, as you will see by my "Era" correspondence. I cannot say just when I shall leave this for the continent but suppose in the course of a fortnight. I will write you again before sailing leaving [inserted] or from Paris. Bayard Taylor is to be in town on the 10th
[page 3] for a short time only. Delf [?] and Imbner [?] have imported some of my books from Putnam. and have given me a copy of The Pets and +++. for Mary Howitt who will notice them. will you send them as soon as you can a copy of each of these books to make up for those I take. I promised him Imbner [?] that you would. I am well with the exception of a cough which goads me toward Italy. The Bennochs send love. My most