Text: Nathaniel P. Willis to Edgar Allan Poe — December 23, 1846



My Dear Poe, —

The enclosed speaks for itself — the letter, that is to say. Have I done right or wrong in the enclosed editorial? It was a kind of thing I could only do without asking you, & you may express anger about it if you like in print. It will have a good bearing, I think, on your law case. Please write me whether you are suffering or not, & if so, let us do something systematically for you.

In haste

Yours faithfully
N. P. Willis

Kindest remembrance to Mrs Clemm.





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