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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pg 374To DANIEL MACLISE, 15 NOVEMBER 1842*

MS Benoliel Collection.

Tuesday Fifteenth November 1842.

My Dear Mac

Will you put the No on the enclosed, that John may take it?—I have asked him1 to paint for me, two little companion pictures. One, a Dolly Varden. One, a Kate Nickleby,

I have been working feebly all day; and between that and the weather, am damnably hipped.2 Shall we repair to some Saloon tonight? If so, I'll call on you, about half past seven.

  • Faithfully Yours always
  •                                 CD.

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Editor’s Note
1 Frith: see last. His address was 11 Osnaburgh Street, Regent's Park.
Editor’s Note
2 i.e. depressed.
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