Two Letters Signed, the first in a secretarial hand and the second in Autograph, to Rev. Joseph Lucas.

Joseph Parker (1830-1902), English nonconformist divine, preacher, theologian and miscellaneous writer
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16 November 1827 and 7 March 1873; both on letterhead The Rosstrappe, Highbury New Park [London].

Both items one page, octavo, and on aged and creased paper. Regarding Lucas's selection from Parker's works, 'Detached links; extracts from the Writings and Discourses of Joseph Parker' (Richard D. Dickinson, 1873). LETTER ONE: Thanks Lucas for his 'kind note', but does not 'see how the suggestion it conveys can be realized. I am afraid you would find it difficult to get a publisher.' Advises Lucas 'not to pursue the idea any further'. LETTER TWO: In a shaky hand explains that he is 'so poorly just now that I cannot give any phot[ographe]r. a sitting.

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