Recipient's name indecipherable. Regarding the sale of a Hewlett manuscript,"I don't particularly want to sell an MS. at all, but I can let you have that of Idylls of the Huntress, published in Artemision  if you please. [Indecipherable] 66 foolscap pages, and I shall want L100...no copyright is included...." The second letter is a four line note arranging payment. Both are signed, "M. Hewlett" and on his personal stationery of 7, Northwick Terrace, N.W. Each has a short tear at the edge of the center fold.
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