Letter from Grace Greenwood to James Fields, Jan 29, 1850
CreditHuntington Library, James Thomas Fields Papers and Addenda
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[page 1] Dear Mr. Fields.
In writing to you yesterday I omitted to request you to make a correction in the book. If the "+++ Histories" "+++ +++" is headed by a motto from Longfellow, beginning with "What most I prize in [?] woman Is her affection" &c
In this extract one line was left out by some mistake. Will you restore [?]
[page 2] it, and see if the passage is otherwise correct. You will find it in the "Spanish [?] student." I am sorry to trouble you with this, but I have not a copy of the play. I hope you are well this winter. never tormented with those horrible headaches. I am better than when I last wrote.
Ever sincerely yours
Sara J. Clarke