Leland was a member of the Savile Club and Wilde ends his letter by remarking, "I have not forgotten your kind offer about the Savile Club. In case I am elected it will at least give me the opportunity of meeting you from time to time." Leland left London to return to his native Philadelphia in 1879. In 1882, Henry James and other supporters proposed Wilde for the Savile, without success.
Not in Complete Letters. Presumably unpublished.
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