Alexander Hill Everett letters
Letters from Alexander Hill Everett to George Ticknor with comments on American politics and foreign relations and on travels in Spain. References to Washington Irving, George Bancroft, to his brother Edward Everett and others. Also comments on supposed literary exchange between Lord and Lady Byron, following their seperation, as well as discussin Robert Walsh and the founding of the "American Quarterly Review." Also general comments on literary and family matters.
- 1815 - 1828
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Robert Walsh (1784-1859), Washington Irving (1783-1859), George Bancroft (1800-1891), Edward Everett (1794-1865), George Byron (1788-1824), Anna Byron (1792-1860)
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