[Thomas Kerchever Arnold, theologian.] Two Autograph Letters Signed (both 'T. K. Arnold') to an unnamed male recipient, regarding an article on Ebenezer Henderson's translation of the Book of Isaiah.

Rev. Thomas Kerchever Arnold (c.1800-1853), Rector of Lyndon, Rutland, theologian and educational writer, a 'relentless opponent' of the Oxford Movement [Ebenezer Henderson (1784-1858)]
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The first letter dated 'Lyndon | The Annunciation, 1852'. The second dated 'Lyndon April 7 1852 | Uppingham'.
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Both items in good condition, on lightly-aged paper. ONE: 2pp., 12mo. Bifolium. He writes that he will be 'glad to receive your future contributions', but that 'a different style of annotation would make them more interesting to the general reader. - To the possessors of Henderson your remarks will be useful and interesting; but the article is not one to be read throughout by those who do not possess Henderson's work'. He suggests that 'a better plan would be to take a definite prophecy, print the whole of it with corrections or marks'. He is sending a 'specimen' (not present) of what he means, 'in an article on the 2nd. Psalm in the Bibliotheca <?>'. TWO: 1p., 12mo. Bifolium. He will be 'very glad to receive such an article as you propose to send. Perhaps you have seen that your article is expressly mentioned in the "Colonial Church Chronicle" of this month'. The book he offers Arnold 'will reach me if sent to Rivingtons (3 Waterloo Place)'.