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Carlyle (Thomas, author, biographer, and historian, 1795-1881) Autograph Letter signed to Edward Rogers, 2pp., 16mo, Chelsea, 11th February 1868, thanking him for the gift of Some Account of the Life and Opinions of a Fifth-Monarchy-Man, "I received your Fifth-Monarchy-Man and have gone over that curious record of his earthly Pilgrimage, enveloped (as all men's is) in strange clouds and hallucinations!... what I most admired in that 'Interview'... was the almost incredible patience of O[liver] C[romwell]... in those perilous conditions of the Commonwealth. The book will be an ornament to my small Puritan collection", with a transcript in a more legible hand, folds, slightly browned.
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Carlyle (Thomas) Autograph Letter signed to Edward

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0067: Carlyle (Thomas) Autograph Letter signed to Edward

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Carlyle (Thomas, author, biographer, and historian, 1795-1881) Autograph Letter signed to Edward Rogers, 2pp., 16mo, Chelsea, 11th February 1868, thanking him for the gift of Some Account of the Life and Opinions of a Fifth-Monarchy-Man, "I received your Fifth-Monarchy-Man and have gone over that curious record of his earthly Pilgrimage, enveloped (as all men's is) in strange clouds and hallucinations!... what I most admired in that 'Interview'... was the almost incredible patience of O[liver] C[romwell]... in those perilous conditions of the Commonwealth. The book will be an ornament to my small Puritan collection", with a transcript in a more legible hand, folds, slightly browned.

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