I inclosed it in another, and sent it to Mr. Blackwood, and not long after that period Pringle and he came to an arrangement.
But that's no reason why John shouldn't send his story to Blackwood's Magazine.
It appeared soon afterwards in Blackwood's Magazine for January 1857, where it occupied the first place.
He replied, "God bless you, Blackwood; I shall never see you again."
Nelson, however, was confident of success, and asked Captain Blackwood 'what he should consider as a victory?'
Verses from his pen have appeared in Blackwood's and Tait's Magazines.
Mr. Blackwood is clearly a master of the art of the genuine sensation story.
Probably you were as ignorant of the existence of the article in Blackwood as I was.
The files of Blackwood's Magazine reveal several examples, though not of high literary value.
Some passages in this Volume have already appeared in Blackwood's Magazine.