The Family Letters of Samuel Butler, 1841-1886

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THE FAMILY LETTERS of SAMUEL BUTLER 1841-1886

Selected, Edited and Introduced by ARNOLD SILVER

STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS Stanford, California 1962

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The Family Letters of Samuel Butler, 1841-1886
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 5
  • Illustrations 6
  • Acknowledgments 8
  • Introduction 11
  • A Note on the Text 33
  • 1 - 1841-1859 37
  • 3. Butler to His Mother 43
  • 4. Butler to His Mother 44
  • 5. Butler to His Mother 45
  • 6. Butler to His Mother 46
  • 7. Butler to His Sister Harriet 47
  • 8. Butler to His Mother 49
  • 10. Butler to His Father 50
  • 11. Butler to His Father 51
  • 12. Butler to His Father 53
  • 13. Butler to His Father 54
  • 14. Butler to His Father 55
  • 15. Butler to His Mother 58
  • 17. Butler to His Mother 60
  • 18. Butler to His Father 62
  • 19. Canon Butler to His Son 64
  • 21. Butler to His Mother *
  • 22. Canon Butler to His Son 67
  • 23. Butler to His Father 68
  • 24. Canon Butler to His Son 70
  • 26. Canon Butler to His Son 71
  • 27. Butler to His Mother 72
  • 28. Butler to His Father 73
  • 29. Canon Butler to His Son 74
  • 31. Butler to His Father 76
  • 32. Canon Butler to His Son 79
  • 33. Butler to His Father 81
  • 34. Canon Butler to His Son 83
  • 35. Butler to His Father 85
  • 36. Canon Butler to His Son 86
  • 37. Canon Butler to His Son 88
  • 38. Butler to His Father 89
  • II - 1860-1864 91
  • 41. Samuel Butler to His Aunt Mrs Philip Worsley 102
  • III - 1865-1879 107
  • 44. Tom Butler to His Brother 115
  • 45. Butler to His Father 116
  • 46. Butler to His Father 117
  • 48. Canon Butler to His Son 118
  • 49. Fanny Butler to Her Son 119
  • 50. Harriet to Her Brother 120
  • 51. Canon Butler to His Son 121
  • 52. Butler to His Father 123
  • 54. Canon Butler to His Son 126
  • 56. Canon Butler to His Son 127
  • 57. Canon Butler to His Son *
  • 58. Butler to His Father 130
  • 59. Butler to His Father 131
  • 61. Butler to His Father 132
  • 62. Butler to His Father 133
  • 63. Butler to His Father 135
  • 65. Butler to His Father 136
  • 66. Butler to His Father 137
  • 67. Butler to His Father 138
  • 68. Butler to His Father 140
  • 70. Butler to His Sister May 141
  • 71. Butler to His Father 142
  • 72. Butler to His Sister May 143
  • 73. Butler to His Father 144
  • 74. Canon Butler to His Son 145
  • 76. Canon Butler to His Son 146
  • 77. 〈pencil Draft of Letter from Butler to His Father〉 147
  • 78. Butler to His Father 148
  • 79. Canon Butler to His Son 149
  • 80. Canon Butler to His Son 150
  • 83. Butler to His Father 152
  • 84. Canon Butler to His Son 163
  • IV - 1880-1886 167
  • 88. Canon Butler to His Son 174
  • 89. Canon Butler to His Son Thomas 175
  • 90. Canon Butler to His Son 176
  • 91. Butler to His Father 178
  • 92. Butler to His Father 179
  • 93. Butler to His Sister May 181
  • 94. Canon Butler to His Son 182
  • 96. Canon Butler to His Son 183
  • 97. Canon Butler to His Son 184
  • 98. Butler to His Father 188
  • 99. Butler to His Father 190
  • 102. Canon Butler to His Son 193
  • 103. Butler to His Father 194
  • 105. Butler to His Father 196
  • 106. Butler to His Father 197
  • 107. Canon Butler to His Son 198
  • 108. Canon Butler to His Son 200
  • 109. Butler to His Sister-In-Law 201
  • 110. Butler to His Father 202
  • 111. Canon Butler to His Son 203
  • 112. Butler to His Father 204
  • 115. Butler to His Father 207
  • 117. Butler to His Father 209
  • 118. Butler to His Sister-In-Law 210
  • 119. Butler to His Father 211
  • 120. Butler to His Father 213
  • 121. Butler to His Father 214
  • 122. Butler to His Sister May 217
  • 123. Butler to His Sister Harriet 218
  • 125. Canon Butler to His Son 220
  • 127. Butler to His Father 221
  • 128. Butler to His Father 223
  • 129. Butler to His Father 224
  • 130. Butler to His Father 225
  • 132. Canon Butler to His Son 227
  • 134. Butler to His Father 229
  • 135. Butler to His Sister May 230
  • 136. Butler to His Father 231
  • 137. Canon Butler to His Son 232
  • 138. Butler to His Father 234
  • 139. Butler to His Sister Harriet 235
  • 140. Butler to His Father 236
  • 141. Canon Butler to His Son 238
  • 143. Butler to His Father 239
  • 144. Canon Butler to His Son 240
  • 145. Butler to His Father 241
  • 146. Canon Butler to His Son 242
  • 147. Butler to His Father 244
  • 149. Butler to His Father 246
  • 150. Butler to His Father 247
  • 151. Butler to His Father 248
  • 152. Butler to His Father 250
  • 154. Butler to His Father 251
  • 155. Canon Butler to His Son 252
  • 157. Butler to His Father 254
  • 158. Butler to His Father 256
  • 159. Canon Butler to His Son 257
  • 161. Butler to His Sister Harriet 258
  • 162. Butler to His Sister May 259
  • 163. Harriet to Her Brother 260
  • 164. Butler to His Father 262
  • 165. Butler to His Sister May 263
  • 166. Butler to His Father 264
  • 168. Canon Butler to His Son 265
  • 169. Butler to His Father 266
  • 170. Butler to His Father 267
  • 171. Canon Butler to His Son 269
  • 172. Butler to His Father 270
  • 174. Butler to His Father 272
  • 175. Butler to His Sister Harriet 273
  • 176. Canon Butler to His Son 274
  • 177. Butler to His Sister Harriet 275
  • 179. Butler to His Sister May 277
  • 180. Butler to His Sister May 278
  • 182. Butler to His Sister May 281
  • 183. Butler to His Father 283
  • 185. Canon Butler to His Son 284
  • 187. Butler's Niece Mary to Her Uncle 285
  • 188. Butler to His Niece Mary 286
  • 190. Butler's Niece Mary to Her Uncle 287
  • Index 293
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