Charles Dickens

Madeline House and Graham Storey (eds), The British Academy/The Pilgrim Edition of the Letters of Charles Dickens, Vol. 1: 1820–1839

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pg 426To GEORGE CRUIKSHANK, [?AUGUST 1838]

MS Colonel Richard Gimbel. Date: The "last published No." must have been the Aug instalment, to which the illustration "The Evidence Destroyed", which did not appear in the Miscellany until Dec, properly belongs. Probably the copy promised here was the "go" sent in next.

Doughty Street | Sunday

My dear Cruikshank

I have written a long chapter since I saw you, but it has no subject. In the course of the week, I will send you some more copy. In the mean time may I venture to call your attention to the last published No. (which I inclose) and to suggest that possibly there may be one more subject there? I confess that I thought there was, when I wrote it.

  • With best remembrances from Mrs. D and self to Mrs. C
  •                                    Believe me always
  •                                         Faithfully Yours
  • George Cruikshank Esquire                         Charles Dickens

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