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The Corresponence of James McNeil Whistler
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System Number: 01064
Date: 4 December 1891
Author: J. H. Copleston[1]
Place: London
Recipient: JW
Place: [London]
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler E52a
Document Type: ALS


THE EVENING NEWS & POST.
EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT.

12, WHITEFRIARS STREET,
FLEET STREET, E. C.
LONDON

Dec 4 - 1891

TELEGRAPHIC ADDRESS. -
"OUTSPOKEN."

Mr Dear Whistler,

If you would write us a reply, I should like to publish the enclosed[2], but I will not do so if you object.

Yours faithfully,

J H Copleston

J. McNeil [sic] Whistler, Esq.


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Notes:

1.  J. H. Copleston
J. H. Copleston, journalist [more]. A draft of JW's reply, #13335, is on verso.

2.  enclosed
Enclosed with this letter is a draft printed newspaper clipping entitled 'Is Art Upon the Town?', which quotes some lines of verse lampooning JW, from a public recital in the Salles des Fêtes, Hotel Continental, Paris, entitled 'The Folly of Art', by Sheridan Ford (1860-1922), poet, critic, politician and writer on art [more].