letters from dickinson to mrs. thomas p. field

Thomas Johnson's Note on Letter 552

MANUSCRIPT: missing.

PUBLICATION: L (1894) 421; LL 365; L (1931) 409-410.

The note was written to acknowledge a gift of flowers. The Fields were recent arrivals in Amherst. Following the Russo-Turkish war, Great Britain negotiated for occupation of Cyprus, and moved Indian troops to Malta.

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