In this 1861 May 1 letter, Dickens mentions that "...the House of Commons likes these times, thinks them jaunty [...] and the Devil himself only knows what else." The envelope is enclosed inside the letter, and is addressed to his editor James Lowe.
Burr responds to a letter he received on 21 November. Burr indicates that he has enclosed amendments to the Constitution. The letter is written in ink on beige paper that has a few discolored holes in it.
In this letter, written on grayish paper, Berenson writes to Frances to let her know that he has received the catalogue for which he has been waiting. He also writes that he has enclosed a cheque with the letter. There is a watermark on the paper...
Dodgson, Charles Lutwidge, 1832-1898; Carroll, Lewis, 1832-1898; Letters
In this letter, Dodgson, better known by his pen name Lewis Carroll, writes to apologize for his negligence in paying for their interview, and writes that he has enclosed the sum with the letter. The letter is written in blue ink on ivory paper.
Perkins, John Isaac, 1862-1942; Letterheads; Letters
In this letter, written in black ink on off-white paper, Hopkins informs Perkins that he has enclosed a copy of "The Way a Soul Dies" and that he is return half the value of the check Perkins sent to him.
Hibbs, Marka Oliver; Photocopies; Scripps College; Ella Strong Denison Library; Collecteana files
In this letter, Hibbs thanks Harvey-Sahak for her invitation to a meeting of the MacPherson society, and expresses interest in Scripps' new library. She also mentions an enclosed gift for the MacPherson collection.