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System Number: 05994
Date: 27 June 1890
Author: Herbert Vivian[1]
Place: London
Recipient: JW
Place: [London]
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler V82
Document Type: ALS


THE WHIRLWIND,
A LIVELY AND ECCENTRIC NEWSPAPER
[design of a girl in a whirlwind]
THE ORGAN OF THE HON. STUART ERSKINE[2],
AND
MR. HERBERT VIVIAN.

27 June 1890.

My dear Mr Whistler -

Will you kindly consent to write me a line saying what you think of the Whirlwind[3], & let me insert it under "words of welcome"?

I hope the enclosed is all right. I am returning the "Independance Belge[4]" -

yrs entirely

Herbert Vivian

9 Down Street
Piccadilly
London, W.


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Notes:

1.  Herbert Vivian
Herbert Vivian (1865-1940), author, editor of The Whirlwind [more]. See his earlier letter of 26 June (#05993).

2.  HON. STUART ERSKINE
Charles H. Stuart Erskine (1853-1896), son of the 12th Earl of Mar and Kellie [more].

3.  Whirlwind
A newly established witty, radical, and short-lived journal.

4.  Independance Belge
There had been reports on JW's successful lawsuit to suppress editions of Whistler, James McNeill, The Gentle Art of Making Enemies, ed. Sheridan Ford, Paris, 1890.