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1926. Two Volumes in One. With a preface by David Nichol Smith. With nine illustrations. The death of Sir Walter Raleigh in 1922, on his return from his flight to Baghdad in connection with his official history of the Air Force during the War, deprived England of one of her most brilliant scholars and expositors, and a large number of persons of one of their most valued friends. In this book, in which have been collected all the letters available, covering a period from his youth to a day or so before his death, the Walter Raleigh, scholar, critic, friend and humorist, is to be found in every one of his moods; and that is saying a great deal, for he was one of the most varied and enchanting of companions. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.