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System Number: 05341
Date: 20 June 1890
Author: James Runciman[1]
Place: Kingston-on-Thames
Recipient: JW
Place: London
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler R236
Document Type: ALI


Kingston-on-Th[ame]s.

20 / 6 / 90

Dear Mr Whistler

Alas! The ode[2] has been torn & I positively have not one minute to paste it together, for an agonising article must be finished by 10.15. Make what you can of the old scraps

In haste

J R


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Envelope:

J. McN. Whistler Esqr
21 Cheyne Walk
Chelsea
S. W.
[stamp:] POSTAGE AND INLAND REVENUE / ONE PENNY
[postmark:] KINGSTON-ON-THAMES / G / JU 21 / 90
[postmark on verso:] LONDON S. W. / C Y / JU 21 / 90

'Runciman'

'Runciman[3]'



Notes:

1.  James Runciman
James Runciman (1852-1891), writer [more].

2.  ode
Runciman had written a verse against Oscar Wilde, and had (in #05340) promised to send it to JW. The poem is not included in GUL Whistler R236.

3.  Runciman
This name is written in an unknown hand across the address, and in the left margin.