Letter from Grace Greenwood to James Fields, 
CreditHuntington Library, James Thomas Fields Papers and Addenda
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[page 1] Dear Mr. Fields. [adressed to James Fields in Boston]
It strikes me that sketches would be better than "Stories [?]" - on the title page - but N'importe [?]. - I see that you query whether the book shall be enticed [?], or printed. – If I do not sell the copyright. must it be enticed [?] in my name? - I do not wish to sell the copyright, so you must arrange it for as +++ +++ before +++. I know nothing whatever of business. I have a great +++
[page 2] coming home last night which I must tell you when we meet again.
Ever truly yours
Please send, or hand the enclosed note to Mr. Sargent. - Tell Mr Whipple how much I regretted not
seeing him and Mrs. Edwin. oh that meeting with the witty Mr. D. which I missed. I have been regularly Home-sick about it ever since. Longfellow. God bless him! as for Mrs Longfellow, she seems good enough to bless herself.