Charles Dickens

Graham Storey, Kathleen Mary Tillotson, and Angus Easson (eds), The British Academy/The Pilgrim Edition of the Letters of Charles Dickens, Vol. 7: 1853–1855

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Text from N, ii, 618.

Tavistock House | Nineteenth January 1855

Dear Sir

I am truly obliged to you for your kind note.

I would on no account bring you here, but shall be happy to call on you as you suggest.4 Not to name Monday (that you may have time to get the better of your distressing complaint), I will come to you on Wednesday morning at eleven o'clock, unless in the meantime you advise me to the contrary.

  • Dear Sir Faithfully Yours
  •      [Charles Dickens]

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Editor’s Note
3 John Dillon of Morrison, Dillon & Co., merchants: see Vol. iv, p. 39n.
Editor’s Note
4 Presumably to discuss Charley's future.
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