Documents associated with: Haggard, Henry Rider
Record 4 of 4
System Number: 05038
Date: 12 December 1893
Author: Francis Gerard Prange
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler P678
Document Type: ALS
THE GRAFTON GALLERIES LIMITED.
Baldry was ill of a Rheum yesterday - but announces himself for tomorrow.
As soon as we have mutually surveyed & agreed we will write to you.
My best greetings to your wife & yourself.
F G Prange
The rain it raineth every day.
Henry Rider Haggard (1856-1925), novelist, agriculturalist and colonial administrator [more]. The verse is from J. K. Stephen (1859-1892), 'To R. K.' (1891): 'Will there never come a season / Which shall rid us from the curse / Of a prose which knows no reason / And in unmelodious verse ... / When there stands a muzzled stripling, / Mute, beside a muzzled bore: / When the Rudyards cease from Kipling / And the Haggards ride no more.'