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Page 2 of a letter from George Du Maurier to Emma Du Maurier, sometime in 1875
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Page 4 of a letter from George Du Maurier to Emma Du Maurier, sometime in 1875
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J M Barrie's "Rekolleckshuns of a Skoolmaster", contribued to the Dumfries Academy's school magazine "The Clown" around 1875. The magazine was edited by Barrie's friend, Wellwood Anderson
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Page 1 of a letter from George Du Maurier to Emma Du Maurier, sometime in 1876
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Page 2 of a letter from George Du Maurier to Emma Du Maurier, sometime in 1876
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1 J M Barrie, The Querist's Album, cover, dated 05 May 1877
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The Querist's Album: Barrie's entry, around May 1877. See JMB&TLB p11
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