Documents associated with: Gentle Art (Ford)
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[...] will the thirty pieces of silver now hire it for the night, as they did in simpler times? -
If not - where will you go with your rope - that your bowels may come out within ken of the police - that while the cocks of Chelsea, whither you made your humble pilgrimage, still crow, something be done quickly - lest like 'Arry', neglected by the Parish, you lie stinking many days!"
J. McNeill Whistler.
[p. 2] HOGARTH CLUB.
27, ALBEMARLE STREET.
1. [1/11 January 1887]
There are two drafts (this and #00610) of a letter that was published first in Truth, vol. 21, no. 524, 13 January 1887, p. 55. See #11015 for full annotation. This is a fragment (page 3) of the letter. A pencil line is drawn down the left margin.
4. HOGARTH CLUB.
The address is embossed.