Charles Dickens

Kathleen Mary Tillotson, Madeline House, and Graham Storey (eds), The British Academy/The Pilgrim Edition of the Letters of Charles Dickens, Vol. 3: 1842–1843

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To HENRY AUSTIN, 12 MAY 1842

Facsimile in A Reference Catalogue … Edited by T. J. Wise … (conclusion of letter begun 1 May).

Montreal, Canada. Twelfth May, 1842—All well, though (with the exception of one from Fred) we have received no letters whatever by the Caledonia. We have experienced impossible-to-be-described attentions in Canada. Everybody's carriages and horses are at our disposal; and everybody's servants; and all the Government boats and boats crews. We shall play between the 20th. and the 25th.1—A Roland for an Oliver—Two o'clock in the Morning—and Deaf as a Post.

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Editor’s Note
1 On the 25th and 28th, in fact.
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