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Madeline House and Graham Storey (eds), The British Academy/The Pilgrim Edition of the Letters of Charles Dickens, Vol. 2: 1840–1841

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Text from typescript, Huntington Library.

  • Devonshire Terrace,
  • Friday, August Twentieth, 1841.

My Dear Mr Overs,

Go to Doctor Elliotson (No 37 Conduit Street Bond Street) tomorrow morning between 10 and 12, and send in this card. I have written to him. I never knew him fail in any case where cure was possible, or care, humanity, and strong interest in his patient, coupled (I do believe) with greater skill than any other man possesses, could be of any avail. I am in town till Sunday morning. If you can come round here after you leave him, I shall be glad to hear your report of what he said to you.

  • Faithfully Yours always
  • Charles Dickens

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