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Source: MS 2750/129/3/7
The Hogarth Press Assistant Secretary informs W. Erskine Mayne that the Press believes Chase of the Wild Goose is noteworthy in its appeal to Irish readers, as 2 of the subjects from the book are from great Irish families. The assistant secretary states that the Press will be glad to supply copies of the book at a discount price, and that the book has been received warmly in England.