While you have such a friend and monitor with you as Mr. Harte, I am sure you will.
Harte himself doubtless had additional reasons for writing it.
So far in his writing career Harte & Perkins had been the heaviest purchasers of Edwards' fiction.
That, Harte hints, is the achievement of scribblers like Blackmore (p. 12).
He tried to get a room in a peasants house for Mr. Harte and me.
As between Harte and Clemens, the whole matter was unfortunate.
This letter gratified me, as I now looked forward to the pleasure of having Mr. Harte with us in Switzerland.
Edwards did not ask Jones to recommend him to Harte & Perkins.
Harte's sketches based on early experiences are interesting and amusing.
Nor, during this time, was he writing for Harte & Perkins exclusively.