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System Number: 04254
Date: 5 August 1891
Author: William Ernest Henley[1]
Place: Edinburgh
Recipient: JW
Place: [London]
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler N11
Document Type: ALS


JAS. N. DUNN[2],
MANAGING EDITOR.

THE NATIONAL OBSERVER
A RECORD AND REVIEW.

9 THISTLE STREET,
EDINBURGH,

5 / 8 / 1891

My dear Whistler,

It was just too late; but you will see a reference to it in the matter in an article[3] called Perverted Ingenuity which will show that at any rate we are on the side of the Angels.

In great haste,
Yours Ever Sincerely

W. E. H.


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Notes:

1.  William Ernest Henley
William Ernest Henley (1849-1903), journalist, poet and writer [more].

2.  JAS. N. DUNN
James Nicol Dunn (1856-1919), editor of the Morning Post from 1897-1905 [more].

3.  article
The National Observer, vol. VI, no. 142, 8 August 1891, pp. 288-89, 'Perverted Ingenuity' criticizes W. Hastie, B.D., for his interpretation of Rembrandt's Anatomy Lesson in The Contemporary Review.