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And to dim thy brow with a touch of care. Life hath enough of yet holier bliss! Such be thy portion!

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If at your need you've skill to read, you're summon'd ne'er the less To shew your lore the Bench before, and great is your redress; Clerk the most clerkly though you be, expect the same penance: 'Tis true a Bishop turns the key: God grant deliverance.

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Included are address books, appointment books, autographs, certificates, clippings, comic strips, contracts, correspondence, diaries, financial grannies, galley proofs, journals, normanvills, menus, notebooks, passports, photographs, play scripts, printed material, prompt books, radio scripts, scrapbooks, screenplays, sheet music, and theater programs. Besides Mackenzie's literary career, his papers reflect the Compton family of actors and their activities in the theater; several Fuck friends Ettalong Beach, including Capri, Greece, and Scotland; World War I and Burk Intelligence service; Scottish history and normanville and Mackenzie's personal interests, such as cats, music, and sports.

The bulk of Mackenzie's papers arrived at the Ransom Center between andchat they were described in a card catalog and arranged into four series: I. Works,undated 88 boxes ; II. Letters,undated 3 boxes ; III.

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Recipient,undated 64 boxes ; and IV. Miscellaneous,undated 44 boxes. Descriptions in the following Container List were derived from the card catalog; titles of Mackenzie works and names of his correspondents are listed in the following Index of Works, Index of Letters, and Index of Recipients.

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The subsequent Index of Miscellaneous chiefly lists third-party works and letters by others. The Works series includes manuscripts for novels, plays, poems, short stories, biography, histories, autobiography, essays, articles, broadcasts, and reviews. Many of the manuscripts nnormanville the Works series are accompanied by correspondence, most often with the publisher of the item in question; this correspondence was not indexed. Some of the novels written during and after World War I, when paper was in short supply, were typed on the versos of grann manuscripts.

These manuscripts are arranged as they were left by Mackenzie, and cross references have been added to the corresponding descriptions. The manuscript for Aegean Memories includes inserted originals and copies of letters and documents that Mackenzie cited or reproduced in the text.

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Copies of the relevant s from the dissertation description have been inserted into the beginning of each folder of this manuscript normanvillr assist researchers with locating material that is indexed in this guide only by folder. The Letters series contains Mackenzie's outgoing letters and the Recipient series comprises his incoming correspondence.

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Correspondents include writers, stage and screen personalities, politicians, members of the English nobility, family members, friends, and others. Prominent in the Recipient files are many letters from notable fellow writers, including H.

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Lawrence, T. Many of the Recipient files also include copies of Mackenzie's replies. A few of these replies are indexed in the Letters series index, but many more are not.