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Edward Gordon Craig is grateful for John Parker's information regarding Archer and Queenie Tarvin but has been postponing going to Paris to get his letters due to "errors in the country" and he has been busy making illustrations for Robinson Crusoe. Craig goes on to discuss Lowe's "A Biographical Account," as well as Davenport Adams' "A Dictionary of the Drama."