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Kathleen Mary Tillotson (ed.), The British Academy/The Pilgrim Edition of the Letters of Charles Dickens, Vol. 4: 1844–1846

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To MR PARKIN,3 9 MARCH 1844*

MS Benoliel Collection.

  • 1 Devonshire Terrace | York Gate Regents Park
  • Ninth March 1844.

Mr. Charles Dickens presents his compliments to Mr. Parkin, and begs to thank him for his note. The dreadful thought that there was no Suet in the pudding, had already suggested itself to Miss Pinch's mind. Mr. Dickens will be careful that the Public shall not be deluded on the subject, and that the indispensability of Suet shall be distinctly recognized.4

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Editor’s Note
3 Unidentified.
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4 No suet is mentioned in Ch. 39 in the March No.; but it is recognized as indispensable in Ch. 45 (May No.).
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