candlestick

1854-June 1855


The Collected Letters, Volume 29


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TC TO AN UNIDENTIFIED CORRESPONDENT; 3 February 1855; DOI: 10.1215/lt-18550203-TC-UC-01; CL 29: 245-246


TC TO AN UNIDENTIFIED CORRESPONDENT

Chelsea, 3 feby, 1855—

My dear Sir,

I return your mournful Documents, which I have read with many sad and interesting thoughts. I am much obliged to you for communicating your accounts of this Event to me. Poor Agostino is well delivered from his sorrows; and has passed away like a noble and beautiful soul, leaving long regrets and blessed remembrances among those that knew him.1— Mason's Article2 I also read with sympathy.