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Letter to James Payn (from Chelsea)

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This letter was written by Arthur Conan Doyle, from 14 Rossetti Mansions, Chelsea (residence of Conan Doyle's sister Connie and brother-in-law Ernest W. Hornung), to James Payn, his friend and editor, before 1898 [1].


Dear Payn

Delighted to come at 7.30 on Thursday. So glad to have the book. I have read it with the keenest interest.

Yours always

A. Conan Doyle

  1. According to Heritage Auctions, Sale 6212, Lot 42410.