Item 1968-004/001/(1)/54 - Letter written by Thomas Humphrey Ward to William Leonard Courtney : p. 21

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Letter written by Thomas Humphrey Ward to William Leonard Courtney : p. 21

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  • February 5, 1886 (Creation)

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Humphry Ward (1845–1926), son of the Rev. Henry Ward and Jane Sandwith. Married Mary Augusta [known as Mrs Humphry Ward] on April 6, 1872. Following the success of his anthology The English Poets in 1879, Humphry Ward resolved to give up academic life. He took a position on The Times in January 1881, and a year later became the newspaper's principal art critic and occasional leader writer.

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