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Smith, Elder, & Co., for permission to reprint 'The King's Death,' 'The Three Kings,' and the first part of 'Averlaine and Arkeld,' from The Cornhill Magazine; to the editor of Macmillan's Magazine for leave to reprint 'In the Valley'; to the editor of The Saturday Review for leave to reprint 'Notre Dame de la Belle-Verrière'; and to the editors of The Pilot, The Outlook, The Pall Mall Gazette, Country Life, The Week's Survey, and The Broadsheet, for like courtesy with regard to a number of 'The Songs of Queen Averlaine.' ...Yet shall a slave's hand strike cold death in him
About Wilfrid Wilson Gibson, the Author:
It was in London that he met both Edward Marsh and Rupert Brooke, becoming a close friend and later Brooke's literary executor (with Lascelles Abercrombie and Walter de la Mare). ...^ Gibson met de la Mare, and quite a number of other poets, through Marsh (Theresa Whistler, Imagination of the Heart: The Life of Walter de la Mare (1993), p.205 and 208) in 1912.