Women in the Literary Market 1800-1900

Printing Dispute over Our Next Neighbour
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This letter and memorandum was sent to Bentley’s from the printers Clowes & Clowes, in the hope that Bentley’s would understand why Clowes had to charge so much for press corrections to Blount’s novel Our Next Neighbour. Clowes points out that the author made corrections without regard to expense, and ignored "simple directions."

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Autograph memorandum to Bentley’s from the London printers Clowes & Clowes.
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