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It was in 1881, the year before Virginia's birth, that Leslie, on one of his many
walking tours, discovered St Ives, "at the very toenail", as he put it, "of England."
In the following year he took a house, Talland House, on the high ground above
The annual promise and recollection of St Ives made London, by comparison, a
poor place and the excursions to Brighton to see Mrs Jackson (she died in April
1892) or the Vaughans and the Fisher cousins (who -were not popular) were no ...
"The Saint" VB/MS I; also MH/A 6 24 "purple with rage" VB/MS I 25 some
indifferent verses . . . Reprinted in F. W. Mai tl and. Sir Leslie Stephen ... HPGN,
12 September 1892 32 Family life at St Ives . . . VB/RF, 29 September 1930 (CH)
32 Mr ...
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Appendix B Fantasy upon a Gentleman
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