letter from charles wadsworth to dickinson

Thomas Johnson's Note on Letter 248a

MANUSCRIPT: AC. It is unsigned and without date, but is in the handwriting of the Reverend Charles Wadsworth, with an embossed crest "C W."

PUBLICATION: Home 369-372, with facsimile reproduction.

The solicitous pastoral letter is placed here because it thus follows the last of the "Master" letters, and because the present assumption is that ED thought of Wadsworth as "Master." Actually the letter may have been written at a quite different time.

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