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Reminiscences of Charles West Cope, R. A.

Cope, Charles West

ISBN 10: 1154830349 / ISBN 13: 9781154830347
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Title: Reminiscences of Charles West Cope, R. A.

Publisher: RareBooksClub.com

Binding: Soft cover

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1891 Excerpt: ...high to be in tune. It turned out to be a blackbird in a cage! How he laughed at the bad compliment I paid him! We returned by Edinburgh, where I purchased a cairngorm bracelet for my wife. SIR JOHN COLERIDGE--' CHRISTIAN YEAR' 199 The following letters belong to this year. My father appears to have wished to illustrate Keble's 'Christian Year,' to which the first two refer. George Richmond to C. W. Cope. '10, York Street,. 'Jan. 14, 1852. 'My Dear Cope, 'The Judge sent me yesterday the enclosed, and I have told him that if you have further occasion to consult him, you must do it without my intervention, as I know you would like him and he would like you.... I hope you have more light at Kensington than visits this parish of Marylebone, or you will never get your pictures done for the exhibition. I think Boxall must be as nearly mad as possible over his sunny subject; but this is only conjecture. 'Ever, my dear Cope, 'Most faithfully yours, 'Geo. R1chmond.' (enclosure.) Judge Coleridge to G. Richmond. 'Jan. 11, 1852. 'My Dear R1chmond, 'I am sorry to say that my mission to Hursley in respect to the illustrations has not been successful. I cannot send you Mrs. Keble's letter just now, as I want it for another purpose, on business, which I am sorry for, as she does herself more justice, or makes a better excuse than I can very well make for her. It is a matter of feeling, however, in which J. Keble's Sir John Coleridge, father of Lord Coler1dge. 200 sister and some others participate. With the "Lyra," however, there would be far from any objection, and I do wish Mr. Cope would think of it. Of course it takes some time to insense one's mind and feelings, as they are in regard to the "Christian Year "; but if it was taken up now and then, an...

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