Correspondence with William Hayes Ward - March 23 - 2

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yourself to be troubled by her foolish fits
of temper which have worn into her
brother's life very deeply. She feels a little
baffled by my possession of so many mss. of Emily's
and is very foolish in her talk of law &tc &
I am quite used to her vagaries, and while
I pity her, I shall never yield a line in
my possession to her. It is an advantage to
have been printed in the Independent as
she well knows. I have a little article in